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City Hall backs off plans to move O’Bryant School
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City Hall backs off plans to move O’Bryant School
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu has backed off from plans to move the O’Bryant School from the heart of the Black community to West Roxbury, meaning that the city’s premiere academy of science and mathematics will remain, at least for now, on Malcolm X Boulevard in Roxbury.
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City Council opposes moving O’Bryant School
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City Council opposes moving O’Bryant School
Opponents voice concern over lack of parental input, limited transportation options
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Some see opportunity in Madison Park-only complex
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Some see opportunity in Madison Park-only complex
The city’s proposal to restore and expand Madison Park Technical Vocational High School and relocate the John D. O’Bryant School of Math and Science has been garnering a lot of attention in recent days.
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Many voice concern over O’Bryant move to West Roxbury
Parents, students and teachers expressed a litany of concerns about a proposal by Mayor Michelle Wu and Superintendent Mary Skipper to relocate the John D. O’Bryant School of Mathematics and Science to the West Roxbury Education Complex. 
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City plans to move O’Bryant High School to West Roxbury complex
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City plans to move O’Bryant High School to West Roxbury complex
Five years ago, the Boston School Committee voted to close the West Roxbury Education Complex, citing city reports that the school building was unsafe. Now, the city is proposing a new life for the complex, and for two of the city’s high schools.
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