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Boston Public Schools (student)

STARTALK Arabic Summer Academy

Arabic • June 26, 2010 July 31, 2010
  • Charlestown High School, Boston, MA

The Arabic Summer Academy is a five week intensive (Monday-Saturday) Arabic course for 60 high school students from Boston Public Schools and other schools in the Boston area. Here are five great reasons why you should apply: 1. Learning Arabic is special! Charlestown High School is the only public school in Massachusetts that offers Arabic. 2. Arabic will help you get into college! College admissions officers are always looking for students who are different and stand out. You'll stand out! 3. You'll get high school credit! It's a great way to get a graduation requirement out of the way. 4. We'll pay you! Every student who graduates from our summer program will earn a $500 college scholarship. That'll buy a lot of books when you get to college! 5. You'll set yourself up for great jobs! Arabic is a "critical need" language, which means that companies and the government will pay over $100,000 for your skills. Start your learning now!

617-395-2600 • director@arabicsummeracademy.orghttp://www.arabicsummeracademy.org

Boston Public Schools (student)

STARTALK Arabic Summer Academy

Arabic • June 25, 2011July 30, 2011
  • Boston, MA

The Arabic Summer Academy is a five week intensive (Monday through Saturday) Arabic course for 60 high school students from Boston Public Schools and other schools in the Boston area, funded under a grant from the National Security Language Initiative's STARTALK Project.

617-398-7333 • director@arabicsummeracademy.orghttp://www.arabicsummeracademy.org

Boston Public Schools (student)

STARTALK Arabic Summer Academy

Arabic • June 30, 2012July 28, 2012
  • Boston, MA

The Arabic Summer Academy is a four week intensive (Monday through Saturday) Arabic course for 60 high school students from Boston Public Schools and other schools in the Boston area, funded under a grant from the National Security Language Initiative's STARTALK Project.

617-398-7333 • director@arabicsummeracademy.orghttp://www.arabicsummeracademy.org/

Boston Public Schools (student)

STARTALK Arabic Summer Academy

Arabic • June 29, 2013July 27, 2013
  • Boston Arts Academy, Boston, MA

The STARTALK Arabic Summer Academy is an intensive (Monday through Saturday) nonresidential Arabic language enrichment course designed for students enrolled in the Boston Public Schools (grades 9-12). The four-week program includes intensive communicative language instruction, cultural enrichment workshops, and field trips.

617-398-7333 • director@arabicsummeracademy.orghttp://www.arabicsummeracademy.org

Boston Public Schools (student)

STARTALK Arabic Summer Academy

Arabic
  • July 2, 2014August 2, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Boston, MA

The Arabic Summer Academy is a four week intensive (Monday through Saturday) Arabic course for 50 high school students from Boston Public Schools and other schools in the Boston area. To learn more about the program and to apply to study at the 2014 session, please visit our website listed below.

617-398-7333 • director@arabicsummeracademy.orghttp://www.arabicsummeracademy.org

Boston Public Schools (student)

STARTALK Arabic Summer Academy

Arabic
  • July 2, 2015July 31, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Arabic Summer Academy, Boston, MA

The Arabic Summer Academy is a four week intensive (Monday through Saturday) Arabic course for 50 high school students from Boston Public Schools and other schools in the Boston area, funded under a grant from the National Security Language Initiative's STARTALK Project. The Arabic Summer Academy uses the Marhaba! high school Arabic curriculum to provide students with an introduction to Modern Standard Arabic and Arab culture. It is designed for students who have never studied Arabic before and begins with an introduction to Arabic sounds and letters. The teaching and learning emphasizes the functional use of Arabic and communication in context through listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students acquire enough familiarity with the Arabic language and culture to interact with Arabic-speakers at a basic level (Novice Mid to Intermediate Low according to the ACTFL guidelines). Students finish the course with greater curiosity and sensitivity towards the Arabic-speaking world through cultural encounters in classes, co-curricular activities and field trips.

617-398-7333 • director@arabicsummeracademy.orghttp://www.arabicsummeracademy.org

Boston University (teacher)

Academy for Arabic Teachers: STARTALK Arabic K-16 Teacher Professional Development Program at Boston University

Boston, MA • Arabic • July 2, 2009 July 31, 2009

The Academy for Arabic Teachers (AAT) is an intensive four-week Arabic K-16 teacher professional development program at Boston University in Boston, Massachusetts. The program addresses all key aspects of foreign language instruction, focusing on Arabic as a Foreign Language. A three-week solid theoretical foundation phase will be followed by a one-week practical training phase at the Arabic Summer Academy, the nationally recognized STARTALK high school Arabic student program at nearby Charlestown High School in Boston, and three top Boston-area academic Arabic language programs (Boston University, Harvard University, and Northeastern University). The program’s main goal is to graduate highly competent Arabic teachers who are equipped with current foreign language acquisition and instruction theory, pedagogical tools, and practical experience. AAT includes a cohort of renowned experts in Arabic and second language acquisition disciplines with rich teacher training experience. The program runs July 2–July 31, 2009, with two weeks of online coursework and two weeks in Boston. Participants will be awarded a $1,000 stipend. There are no tuition or registration fees; materials and textbooks will be provided. The application deadline is June 5, 2009.

617-353-6232 • giselle@bu.eduhttp://www.bu.edu/aat

Boston University (teacher)

The Academy for Arabic Teachers: STARTALK Arabic Teacher Professional Development Program

Arabic • May 1, 2010 June 15, 2010
  • Boston University, Boston, MA

The Academy for Arabic Teachers (AAT) program is an intensive non-resident Arabic teacher professional development program uniquely situated at Boston University (Boston, Massachusetts) to offer high quality Arabic teacher training. The program’s main goal is to graduate highly competent Arabic teachers who can offer effective standards-based instruction at all levels. AAT aims to recruit and train 20 participants novice Arabic teachers who have native, near-native, or advance proficiency in Modern Standard Arabic. Participants can be of any age, gender, and educational background, however, a minimum of a bachelor’s degree is required. AAT is a comprehensive program offering a balance between foreign language learning theory and practice. A five-week foundation phase will be followed by a one-week practical training phase.A four-week off-site component (on-line course) will be followed by a two-week face-to-face component on-site for a total of 120 contact hours. Upon successful completion of the program, the graduates will be offered Professional Development Points by Boston University.

617-358-5852 • giselle@bu.eduhttp://www.bu.edu/aat

Boston University (teacher)

STARTALK Turkish Teacher Training Program

Turkish • May 15, 2010 August 15, 2010
  • Boston University, Boston, MA

The Turkish Teacher Training Program is an intensive non-resident online, onsite Turkish teacher professional development program situated at Boston University, which aims to offer high quality Turkish teacher training. This program's main goal is to offer training and professional development to the experienced and novice teachers of Turkish K-16 in effective standards based instruction. A two week offsite component (online course) will be followed by a three day, 27 contact hour, face to face component on August 13-15. The program's curriculum is based on National Standards established by ACTFL and AATT. The participants should be fluent in Turkish, have a Bachelor of Arts in hand and be involved in foreign language education. The selected participants will receive a generous stipend upon completing the program. Please contact Anna Bazdres, the program contact person for the application materials.

617-358-5855 • bazdres@bu.edu

Boston University (teacher)

The Academy for Arabic Teachers: STARTALK Arabic Teacher Professional Development Program

Arabic • May 15, 2011June 30, 2011
  • Boston University, Boston, MA

The Academy for Arabic Teachers (AAT) is an intensive, non-resident Arabic teacher professional development program uniquely situated at Boston University (Boston, Massachusetts) to offer high quality Arabic teacher training. The program’s main goal is to graduate highly competent Arabic teachers who can offer effective standards-based instruction at all levels. AAT aims to recruit and train 30 participants in two tracks: Track 1 for new participants and Track 2 for returnees, who have native, near-native, or advance proficiency in Modern Standard Arabic. AAT is a comprehensive program offering a balance between foreign language learning theory and practice. A foundation phase will be followed by a practical training phase. An off-site component (on-line course) will be followed by a two-week face-to-face component on-site for a total of 120 contact hours (for the novice participants). Upon successful completion of the program, the graduates will receive Professional Development Points by Boston University. The program’s curriculum is based on the National Standards for Arabic K-16 established by ACTFL and addresses all key aspects of foreign language instruction, focusing particularly on Arabic as a Foreign Language instruction. AAT includes a cohort of renowned Arabic experts and teacher trainers.

617-353-3582 • amani@bu.eduhttp://www.bu.edu/aat

Boston University (teacher)

STARTALK Turkish Teacher Training Workshop

Turkish • May 15, 2011June 26, 2011
  • Boston University, Boston, MA

The Turkish Teacher Training Program is an intensive non-resident online, onsite Turkish teacher professional development program situated at Boston University, which aims to offer high quality Turkish teacher training. This program's main goal is to offer training and professional development to the experienced and novice teachers of Turkish in effective standards based instruction. A four week offsite component (online course) will be followed by a four day, 27 contact hour, face to face component June 23-26. The program's curriculum is based on National Standards established by ACTFL and AATT. The participants should be fluent in Turkish, have a Bachelor of Arts in hand and be involved in foreign language education. The selected participants will receive a generous stipend upon completing the program. Please contact Roberta Micallef for the application materials.

617-358-5855 • micallef@bu.edu

Boston University (teacher)

The Academy for Arabic Teachers: STARTALK Arabic Teacher Professional Development Program

Arabic • May 15, 2012June 10, 2012
  • Boston University, Boston, MA

The Academy for Arabic Teachers (AAT) program is an intensive Arabic teacher professional development program that aims to graduate competent Arabic teachers with expertise in standards-based thematic units, lesson planning, and assessment. In Summer 2012, AAT aims to recruit and train 15 experienced teachers ( 3-7 years of teaching experience). An on-line preparatory course (May 15-June 7) will be followed by a face-to-face hands-on workshop at the Boston University campus (June 8-10) for a total of 100 contact hours. Upon successful completion of the program, the graduates will be offered 10 Professional Development Points by the School of Education at Boston University (pending approval). Additionally the program will include be a practicum experience and a follow-up seminar.

617-358-5852 • amani@bu.eduhttp://www.bu.edu/aat

Boston University (teacher)

STARTALK Portuguese Teacher Training

Portuguese • June 1, 2012June 28, 2012
  • Boston, MA

The STARTALK Portuguese Teacher Training (PTT) program offers an opportunity for those embarking on a Portuguese teaching career, and those already teaching Portuguese as a second, foreign or heritage language to improve their pedagogical skills. All instructors will be trained in standards-based instruction at all levels (K-16). PTT aims to recruit and train 18 participants who have native, near-native, or advanced proficiency in European and Brazilian Portuguese. Participants can be of any age, gender, and educational background, however, a minimum of a bachelor’s degree is required. The program will offer online instruction in language learning theory and teaching pedagogy, and the on-site portion of the program will provide extensive practical application of this information. The online component will take 3 weeks, followed by the 5 day long on-site portion at Boston University, with a follow-up video conference in the Fall. The program includes a practicum which allows participants to apply what they have learned during the course. The program will also introduce participants to the ethics and mechanics of community-based language learning and draw on the rich heritage of New England’s Portuguese-speaking immigrant communities. There is no charge for attending this workshop.

617-353-6203 • griffins@bu.eduhttp://www.bu.edu/tpp/

Boston University (teacher)

Startalk Portuguese Teacher Training

Portuguese • July 1, 2013August 24, 2013
  • Boston University, Boston, MA

The STARTALK Portuguese Teacher Training (PTT) program offers an opportunity for those embarking on a career teaching Portuguese and for those already teaching Portuguese as a second, foreign, or heritage language to improve their pedagogical skills. Instructors will be trained in standards-based instruction at all levels (K-16). Upon completion of the program participants earn 10 Professional Development Points through Boston University. Eligibility: 20 participants who have native, near native, or advanced proficiency in European and/or Brazilian Portuguese will be selected. A minimum of a bachelor's degree is required. Time and place: Online seminar runs July 1st to August 10th, onsite workshop and hands-on training August 17 - 24th. (8:45am - 4:00pm, Boston University Campus). Follow-up communication occurs via FaceBook group. Stipends: Massachusetts and Rhode Island participants are eligible for a travel stipend of up to $300 with receipts; participants from all other states are eligible for a travel stipend of up to $500 with receipts. Accommodation is participants' own responsibility. Application deadline: April 30th, 2013. Please visit the PTT website for downloadable application forms.

617-353-6203 • griffins@bu.eduhttp://www.portugueseteachertraining.com/

Boston University (teacher)

STARTALK Portuguese Teacher Training

Portuguese • Residential Program
  • June 23, 2014August 13, 2014: Program segment (online)
  • August 15, 2014August 15, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • Boston University, Boston, MA

This predominantly online course for teachers of Portuguese will look at why you might want to move teacher-centered activities outside the classroom and how to do so. The "how" involves use of available technology, effective design of online material, and ways to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of a diverse student body. From the how and the why, we also consider what to do with the extra face-time so that your classroom becomes an interactive space where students are prepared for real-world communication in the target language. To participate in this program you must currently be employed in a teaching position and have a working knowledge of basic pedagogical technology (for example: programs that allow for presentation, video, and/or voice recording). By the end of this course you will have the knowledge and materials ready to "flip" your classroom at the beginning of the next academic year. You will also have met a wonderful group of teachers of Portuguese with whom you can share ideas and materials in the future. Travel stipends and accommodation available for onsite meeting. Participants must attend and present at onsite meeting to receive professional development points.

617-413-0054 • griffins@bu.eduhttp://www.portugueseteachertraining.com/

Charlestown High School (student)

Arabic Summer Academy

Boston, MA • Arabic • June 27, 2009 August 1, 2009

The Arabic Summer Academy is a five week intensive (Monday-Saturday) Arabic course for 60 high school students from Boston Public Schools and other schools in the Boston area. Here are five great reasons why you should apply: 1. Learning Arabic is special! Charlestown High School is the only public school in Massachusetts that offers Arabic. 2. Arabic will help you get into college! College admissions officers are always looking for students who are different and stand out. You'll stand out! 3. You'll get high school credit! It's a great way to get a graduation requirement out of the way. 4. We'll pay you! Every student who graduates from our summer program will earn a $500 college scholarship. That'll buy a lot of books when you get to college! 5. You'll set yourself up for great jobs! Arabic is a "critical need" language, which means that companies and the government will pay over $100,000 for your skills. Start your learning now!

617 395-2600 • director@arabicsummeracademy.orghttp://www.arabicsummeracademy.org/

Chinese Language Teachers Associaition (teacher)

Read On: Training Modules for Literacy in Chinese

Chinese • July 23, 2012August 2, 2012Residential Program
  • College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA

This program is a 10-day residential workshop for master-teachers of Chinese as a foreign language (CFL) representing grades K-5, 6-8, 9-12, and 13-16 to develop web-based material to be used by CFL teacher trainers in CFL teacher training programs. Teachers with at least five years of experience teaching CFL in the American classroom are welcome to apply. The focus of this workshop is literacy, and the materials we develop will target character recognition and production, and reading comprehension. The workshop will include lectures and discussion on literacy acquisition, child development and reading readiness, and also instruction and support in the use of computer-based learning technologies, and will be held on the campus of the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. A cultural excursion will be held on one day during the workshop time frame. The outcome of the workshop will be four sets of web-based instructional materials, one for each of the four grade level groups, each set consisting of modules for character literacy and reading comprehension for beginning, intermediate, and advanced learners. Participants will receive a stipend of $1000 plus round-trip transportation to the program site and room and board.

508-799-7787 • clta-startalk2012@holycross.eduhttp://academics.holycross.edu/chinese

College of the Holy Cross (teacher)

Read On: Training Modules for Reading Literacy in Chinese II

Chinese • July 12, 2013July 22, 2013Residential Program
  • College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA

This program is a 10-day residential workshop for master teachers of Chinese as a foreign language representing grades K-5, 6-8, 9-12, and 13-16 to develop best practices in literacy development focusing on reading strategies and reading comprehension. In the program, participants will create reading modules integrated within Standards-based units that can be used in the classroom as well as in CFL teacher training programs which are differentiated by age and proficiency level with attention to differences in instructional environment. Participants will be 'on-task' for 10 hours/day for a total of 90 hours and in addition will engage in a pre-program forum on character literacy in a Standards-based curriculum, focusing on best practices developed in the 2012 Startalk “Read-On” program. The outcome of the workshop will be four sets of standards-based units incorporating reading material, one for each of the four grade level groups, that will be made available to all members of the Chinese language teaching profession. Participants will be reimbursed for round-trip travel to the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, housing in an air-conditioned, single-occupancy, apartment-style residence on campus, and all meals, including nightly dinners in area restaurants.

508-793-3335 • cross@holycross.eduhttp://holycross.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=37916

College of the Holy Cross (teacher)

Read On: Training Modules for Reading Literacy in Chinese III

Chinese • Residential Program
  • July 21, 2014July 31, 2014: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA

This is a 10-day residential workshop for experienced teachers of Chinese as a foreign language representing grades K-5, 6-8, 9-12, and 13-16 to develop best practices in literacy development focusing on the reading and writing of extended texts. Participants will create modules focusing on reading and writing in Chinese integrated within Standards-based units that can be used in the classroom as well as in CFL teacher training programs which are differentiated by age and proficiency level with attention to differences in instructional environment. Participants will be 'on-task' for 10 hours/day for a total of 90 hours and in addition will engage in a pre-program forum on literacy development in a Standards-based curriculum, focusing on best practices developed in our 2012 and 2013 Startalk “Read-On” programs. The outcome of the workshop will be four sets of standards-based units incorporating reading and writing material, one for each of the four grade level groups, that will be made available to all members of the Chinese language teaching profession. Participants will be reimbursed for round-trip travel to the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. Included are housing in air-conditioned, single-occupancy, apartment-style residences on campus, and all meals. No accommodation for family members.

508-793-3335 • cross@holycross.eduhttp://college.holycross.edu/projects/startalk-chinese-literacy/index.html

College of the Holy Cross (teacher)

Read-On:Training Modules for Reading Literacy in Chinese IV

Chinese • Residential Program
  • July 23, 2015August 3, 2015: Program segment (face-to-face)
  • College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA

“Read On: Training Modules for Reading Literacy in Chinese IV,” is a 10-day StarTalk residential workshop for master teachers of Chinese as a foreign language (CFL) to develop best practices in literacy development focusing on reading strategies and reading comprehension. Applicants must have at least 3-5 years of full-time experience at a specific grade level teaching Chinese as a foreign language in American classrooms. K-5 and 6-8 teachers must have at least 3 years of experience; 9-12 and college-level teachers must have at least 5 years of experience. During the program, participants will create reading modules integrated within Standards-based units that can be used in the classroom as well as in CFL teacher training programs. Participants will be 'on-task' for 10 hours/day for a total of 90 hours and in addition will engage in a pre-program forum on character literacy in a Standards-based curriculum, focusing on best practices developed in the 2012-2014 StarTalk “Read-On” programs. Participants will receive full support for travel, meals (including daily dinners at area restaurants), and single occupancy accommodation in air-conditioned apartment-style dormitories. We cannot accommodate family members or companions. APPLICATION LINK IS ON THE PROGRAM WEBSITE HOMEPAGE (SEE BELOW). APPLICATION DEADLINE APRIL 24.

508-799-7787 • cross@holycross.eduhttp://college.holycross.edu/projects/startalk-chinese-literacy/index.html

Harvard University (teacher)

STARTALK Arabic Institute for the Next Generation

Arabic • May 23, 2012June 8, 2012
  • STARTALK Arabic Institute for the Next Generation, Cambridge, MA

The STARTALK Arabic Institute for the Next Generation will train and support a cohort of 30 undergraduate college students with an advanced background in Arabic language to become proficient in pedagogy, applied linguistics, and cultural studies for certification as classroom teachers. Participants earn undergraduate credit on successful completion of the course requirements. This is an intensive, three week residential workshop at Harvard University, consisting of 13 instructional days and 104 instructional hours, and including a teaching practicum at secondary schools in the Greater Boston area that offer Arabic.

617-395-2600 • berbeco@post.harvard.eduhttp://cmes.hmdc.harvard.edu/node/3131

Springfield Public Schools (student)

Elementary Chinese Language and Culture Immersion Program

Springfield, MA • Chinese • June 30, 2009 July 23, 2009

Springfield Public Schools Elementary Chinese Language and Culture Immersion Program is designed to provide a variety of learning experiences for students entering grades two through six. The students will be immersed in the Chinese language as they participate in our thematically based, age appropriate program. The program will run from June 30 – July 23, 2009 from 8:30a.m. - 12:30p. m. at Boland Elementary School and will include classroom instruction as well as hands-on demonstrations and field trips. The use of technology enhanced activities and the incorporation of the Arts will facilitate the teaching/learning of this ancient language and culture of more than a billion speakers. No prior language study is required.

413-787-7111 • felix-fournierc@sps.springfield.ma.us

Springfield Public Schools (student)

Chinese Dragon's Math Maze - Chinese Language and Culture Immersion Program

Chinese • July 1, 2010 July 23, 2010
  • Boland Elementary School, Springfield, MA

The 2010 Chinese Dragon’s Math Maze – Chinese Language and Culture Summer Immersion Program proposed by the Springfield Public Schools is designed to follow up the work started in the summer of 2009 and to meet the need for an elementary Chinese language and culture program, while creating interest both within the district and in neighboring communities. Mathematics will be the content and Chinese will be the medium of instruction, key skills for the twenty-first century global economy. We will also expand the pool of students interested in enrolling in our middle school Chinese program. Students will participate in a 4 week, 4 hour per day, Chinese immersion experience from July 1st through July 23, 2010. A total of 70 students, 90% from SPS and 10% from neighboring communities, will participate in the program. They will be grouped by grades and ability in seven classes; teacher student ratio will be 1:10. Teachers will be assisted by a paraprofessional who will support students with special needs. Teacher aides will be advanced level high school or college students of Chinese who will support the immersion model. Professional development will be provided to tachers and assistants.

413-787-7111 • felix-fournierc@sps.springfield.ma.ushttp://www.sps.springfield.ma.us

Springfield Public Schools (student)

Chinese Dragon's Math Maze - Chinese Language and Culture Immersion Program

Chinese • June 30, 2011July 15, 2011
  • Edward P. Boland Elementary School, Springfield, MA

This elementary immersion program is in its 3rd year. There are many returning students and students who have some Chinese language ability, so the program has two levels of proficiency. The program centers around a Chinese Dragon’s Math Maze theme. The program goals and outcomes address both the 5 Cs of language instruction and the 3 modes of communication leading to Chinese proficiency. To support the link to the elementary math standards and outcomes, a district Math Consultant prepares teachers to address district math goals and reviews the requisite math vocabulary and concepts. As a result, the immersion experience reinforces district math concepts and skills while using Chinese. Daily life and social interaction vocabulary and Chinese culture (calligraphy, origami, tangrams, martial arts, song and dance) are also included in the program. Breakfast and Lunch (provided by the district) are also a time for learning with teachers using the time for review and interaction at each grade level.

413-787-7111 • ferritera@sps.springfield.ma.ushttp://www.sps.springfield.ma.us

Springfield Public Schools (student)

Chinese Dragon's Math Maze - Chinese Langauge & Culture Immersion Program

Chinese • June 20, 2012July 3, 2012
  • Edward P. Boland Elementary School, Springfield, MA

The 2012 Chinese Dragon's Math Maze - Chinese Language and Culture Summer Immersion Program proposed by the Springfield Public Schools is designed to follow up on the accomplishments of the of the preceding three StarTalk Chinese Language and Culture Immersion Programs. We hope to contniue to meet the need for an elementary Chinese language and culture program, while creating interest both within the distrcit and in neighboring communities. Mathematics will be the content and Chinese will be the medium of instruction, key skills for participation in the 21st Century global economy. We will also expand the pool of students interested in enrolling in our middle school Chinese program. The camp will take palce at the Edward P. Boland Elementary School as in past summers. Students will particpate in a 10-day, 6 hours per day, Chinese immersion camp from June 20 through July 3, 2012. A total of 80 students, 60% from Springfield Public Schools and 40% from neighboring communities, will particpate. They will be grouped by grades and ability in eight classes; teacher/student ration will be 1:10.

413-787-7111 • ferritera@sps.springfield.ma.ushttp://www.sps.springfield.ma.us
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