A team from the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education will visit the Hull public schools the week of Dec. 9, according to school officials. The purpose is to document steps that the district has taken to improve learning since the state’s previous visit in 2005. State spokesman J.C. Considine said Hull was randomly selected. The team will review piles of documents, visit classrooms, and meet with administrators, teachers, students, parents, and community leaders, according to Hull’s Assistant Superintendent Judith Kuehn. She said in an interview that school officials are eager to show off the district’s achievements, and are “of course, a little nervous.” Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.
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