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In number, women make great strides

By Erin Conroy
Globe Correspondent / February 11, 2007

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The times sure have changed for women school superintendents. When Magdalene Giffune became superintendent of the Foxborough schools 16 years ago, she said, "you could put all the women superintendents in the state into a regular-size classroom and still have room left over. That's how few there were." (Full article: 793 words)

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