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Parents fear lack of access in school assign plans

Some current and future Boston public school parents on Tuesday expressed concerns about the proposed changes to the way children are assigned to schools, fearing the different options could lead to increased segregation and will not broaden access to high-quality schools.

About 60 parents attended an informational meeting held at the Madison Park Technical Vocational High School in Roxbury to discuss the five proposals that are under consideration.

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