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Canceled class feud may spur change

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Duanesburg’s school board is codifying the process of introducing new curriculum to the district following the uproar caused after an organic chemistry class taught at the high school was abruptly canceled by administrators last winter. The new policy being discussed by the board would put into writing the process that is normally followed by the district, said High School Principal Beth DeLuke. Primarily, the process involves developing programs from the departmental level and then having ...

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