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New rules ease access to school records

Change seen as boon to noncustodial parents

By Nadia Salomon
Globe Correspondent / November 29, 2007

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William Besozzi, chairman of the Milford School Committee, is empathetic to divorced fathers who struggle to get access to their children's report cards or MCAS test scores. That's because he considers himself to be one of them. (Full article: 575 words)

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