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Frederick M. Hess and Martin R. West

Taking on the teachers unions

By Frederick M. Hess and Martin R. West
March 29, 2006

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IT IS RARE -- and risky -- for a governor and national political aspirant to put the interests of children above those of a constituency that has as much electoral clout as the teachers unions. Yet Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has done just that with the education reform package he proposed last September and is touting nationwide. (Full article: 749 words)

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