Feds to let Boston schools continue tutoring

11/4/2005 | Associated Press, The

The U.S. Education Department will allow the Boston Public School system, which has failed to meet federal adequate yearly progress targets, continue to tutor struggling students as long as it meets certain conditions. Superintendent Thomas Payzant said the waiver will allow the district to offer private tutoring to every child who needs it.

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