More than 300 kindergarteners in Boston do not know which school they will attend this fall as the city’s school system confronts rising demand in some neighborhoods and a shortage of seats. The predicament, just weeks before classes begin, prompted the Boston public schools this month to add two kindergarten classrooms in East Boston, and one each in Dorchester and the South End, as well as hire several new teachers. The increase has exacerbated a shortage of kindergarten classrooms the district grappled with last year.
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