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Schools, Count Us In
Piloting iPads for online textbooks for LHS sophomores, among other program grants.
After the discovery of PCBs before the 2010-2011 school year, the Lexington elementary school has been on the fast track through the MSBA approval process and now onto construction.
There was low turnout and few questions at a SEPAC-hosted panel discussion on Tuesday, Oct. 9, but a forthcoming survey from the Special Education Parent Council will offer parents of students with special needs a chance to weigh in more anonymously.
Do stacked schedules and a half-dozen exams offer an easy road to the elite institutions, or is that a recipe for student stress?
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