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Teachers' house calls make pupils, parents feel at home

Pam Richardson (wearing white blouse at table), a teacher at Lee Academy Pilot School in Dorchester, and teacher assistant Misheka Barrosy (to her right) paid a home visit and shared a pizza with the Coyne family. Pam Richardson (wearing white blouse at table), a teacher at Lee Academy Pilot School in Dorchester, and teacher assistant Misheka Barrosy (to her right) paid a home visit and shared a pizza with the Coyne family. (Essdras M Suarez/ Globe Staff)
By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / October 22, 2009

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She was already dressed in her pajamas when her preschool teachers arrived on a crisp night this month with gifts in hand: a coloring book, a dry-erase board, and a baggie full of alphabet-shaped plastic magnets. (Full article: 1120 words)

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