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Boston Globe: Race to Top Funds to Boston Should Have Conditions

A Boston Globe editorial today backs the view of a number of Latino advocacy groups that the U.S. Department of Education shouldn't give Race to the Top funds to the Boston school system unless it meets certain conditions for improving programs for English-language learners.

In a blog entry I posted earlier this week, I provided a link to the request that the Latino advocacy groups sent to U.S. Secretary of Education.

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