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125 lose jobs at seven Boston schools

Anger, tears as district implements shakeup

Superintendent Carol R. Johnson said the decisions were based on past performance evaluations and MCAS scores. Superintendent Carol R. Johnson said the decisions were based on past performance evaluations and MCAS scores. (Dina Rudick/Globe Staff/File)
By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / April 29, 2010

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One hundred and twenty-five teachers, classroom aides, and other staff members at seven Boston schools were told they would not be returning to their jobs this fall, as part of an effort to turn around abysmal student achievement, setting off a mix of outrage, heartache, and anxiety. (Full article: 793 words)

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