Boston Recognized For Student Achievement Despite Local Criticism

05/9/2002 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Boston has been named one of five finalists in a national competition for a $500,000 prize aimed at rewarding urban schools for improving student achievement, according to the competition's sponsor, the Broad Foundation. Some local residents and educators, however, say Boston does not deserve the award as nearly half of its students have not yet passed the MCAS standardized test, a report says.

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