All eyes are on Lynn, Mass., thanks to a group of parents who sued the city to put an end to its school system’s voluntary integration program.

“All city and town solicitors are watching this case, school committees are watching it. It could have a huge impact,” said Chester Darling, a Boston attorney representing the parents, referring to the potential legal ramifications for public schools throughout the Commonwealth.

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