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Outgoing leader eases transition

Claire Jackson helped Sharon save money when she arranged her retirement to stay on for a sixth year as superintendent. Claire Jackson helped Sharon save money when she arranged her retirement to stay on for a sixth year as superintendent. (TOM HERDE/GLOBE STAFF)
By Erin Conroy
Globe Correspondent / February 11, 2007

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During a period of fiscal uncertainty in Sharon that meant big cuts to the School Department, and at a time when demand for top superintendents makes them hard to come by, the idea of Claire Jackson retiring last September alarmed members of the School Committee. (Full article: 552 words)

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