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Romney wants teacher merit pay

Key is students' performance

By Maria Sacchetti and Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / September 22, 2005

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Teachers could earn as much as a $15,000 increase in their pay next school year based on their students' test scores and other measures, according to a new plan the governor will unveil today. (Full article: 963 words)

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