Regional district in Massachusetts will now include elementary grades

Jan. 4, 2011
Officials say younger students in Freetown and Lakeville will benefit

From The Boston Globe: Since the early 1970s, Freetown and Lakeville in Massachusetts have been part of a regional school district in grades 5 through 12; now in 2011, the district will be fully regionalized, encompassing grades prekindergarten through 12. With full regionalization, officials can direct additional resources to the lower grade levels, where class sizes should be the smallest.

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