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Boston Latin School Headmaster Lynn Mooney Teta and Assistant Headmaster Malcolm Flynn are stepping down after a series of racial incidents at the school. Faculty and staff gathered around them outside the school. (Lynn Jolicoeur/WBUR)
Boston Latin School Headmaster Lynn Mooney Teta and Assistant Headmaster Malcolm Flynn are stepping down after a series of racial incidents at the school. Faculty and staff gathered around them outside the school. (Lynn Jolicoeur/WBUR)
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Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and Boston Public Schools Superintendent Tommy Chang met with the faculty of Boston Latin School Thursday — the school is facing turmoil after the resignations of Headmaster Lynne Mooney Teta and Assistant Headmaster Malcolm Flynn. The two resigned in the wake of controversy over racial incidents at the school and and a federal inquiry.

The faculty eventually started a rally on the steps of the school.

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Lynn Jolicoeur, WBUR reporter. She tweets @LMJolicoeur.

This segment aired on June 23, 2016.

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