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By Andrew W. D. Aoyama
The challenge of reopening the Cambridge Public Schools has resurfaced tensions between teachers and administrators, between vulnerable families and the representatives tasked with speaking on their behalf, testing the district’s ability to accommodate the needs of the diverse community it serves.
The challenge of reopening the Cambridge Public Schools has resurfaced tensions between teachers and administrators, between vulnerable families and the representatives tasked with speaking on their behalf, testing the district’s ability to accommodate the needs of the diverse community it serves.

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