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In any tongue, immigrants' bid for school speaks persistence

June 17, 2007

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Three years ago, parents were locked out of the Presentation School in Oak Square as the Archdiocese of Boston prepared to close and sell it. This year, as it has every June since then, the Presentation School Foundation -- formed to buy the school for a secular community center -- gathered to celebrate its perseverance as a community. (Full article: 282 words)

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