Our high schools are getting too big? Maybe not...
Original post made by Me Too on Sep 27, 2010
"At education conferences, Dr. Szachowicz who became Brockton's principal in 2004 still gets approached by small-school advocates who tell her they are skeptical that a 4,100-student school could offer a decent education. 'I tell them we're a big school that works,' said Dr. Szachowicz, whose booming voice makes her seem taller than 5-foot-6 as she walks the hallways, greeting students, walkie-talkie in hand."
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