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Manchester innovates: Actions vs. political hot air
As unveiled at Tuesday night's Board of School Committee meeting (and referenced in today's City Hall column on Page A3), the plan is to transform Manchester High School West into a learning center for science, technology, engineering, math, and art. The acronym is STEAM, so we are supposed to think of STEAM Ahead, Manchester.
Soon-to-be former alderman Patrick Arnold, the mayoral candidate, can now wipe the egg off his face. And he may one day be joined in the face-cleaning by members of the Hooksett school board who are hellbent on ending their tuition contract that sends high school students to Manchester in favor of farther-away Derry.
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