The Boston Globe reports:

The Boston School Committee has postponed a vote on Superintendent Tommy Chang’s sweeping proposal to change the grade configurations of schools across the city, which had been on a fast track for approval.

The seven-member board had been scheduled to vote on it Wednesday night — just one week after receiving a presentation on it — but Chairman Michael O’Neill pulled the item off the agenda hours before the meeting began.

‘It’s a very interesting proposal from the superintendent,’ O’Neill said in an interview, but he added, ‘I would rather the district take a few more weeks to look at it…’

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