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Issues of race came into play in the 2012 Board of Education election.
Results are final.
Each candidate was given 500 words to explain his or her qualifications and platform.
Election day is Tuesday, April 17, 2012.
A forum on the 12th will give the six candidates a chance to shine — and differentiate.
The second of three debates for the six candidates vying for three seats on the Board of Education took place on April 9.
The BSE did not support the original 2.16% tax levy put forward by the Board of Education and the School District.
The Board of School Estimate meets 7:30 p.m. on March 28 to vote the $100 million-plus school tax levy for 2012-13 up or down.
At a March 15 forum, the six candidates agreed on the need for more science and social studies in the schools, but showed differences in approach and philosophy.
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