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Parents, leaders to study school assignment process

Boston Superintendent Carol R. Johnson will appoint nearly two dozen parents, business leaders, academics, and other professionals to an advisory committee today that will make recommendations on changing the way the city assigns students to schools.

The advisory committee will hold separate community meetings on March 10 in Allston, East Boston, Jamaica Plain, and Mattapan as part of a nearly yearlong process of gathering public input and developing its proposals.

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