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A writing lesson that got READ

The fourth-grade class of Christine Hunt (center ) in Franklin learned the power of writing when the state Department of Education adopted their suggestion for simpler, kid-friendly MCAS guidelines. The fourth-grade class of Christine Hunt (center ) in Franklin learned the power of writing when the state Department of Education adopted their suggestion for simpler, kid-friendly MCAS guidelines. (BARRY CHIN/GLOBE STAFF)
February 9, 2007

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A lot of people get frustrated with hard-to-understand directions. And a lot of people feel helpless in the face of government bureaucracy. (Full article: 265 words)

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