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Procedures roil faculty at Boston Latin Academy

Final exams are done. Students are anxiously counting down the hours until the school year ends Wednesday. But turmoil is engulfing Boston Latin Academy, one of the city’s illustrious exam schools, long considered a golden ticket to a college education.

In a letter sent to the interim superintendent, dozens of teachers raised a series of issues, accusing the headmaster and other administrators of lowering academic standards, penalizing those who refuse to comply, and otherwise “creating fear and insecurity amongst faculty.”

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