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Teachers’ test-linked bonuses overruled

Arbitrator decides high-scores reward violates contract

By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / December 14, 2009

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An attempt by Boston school officials to pay teachers bonuses for students who do well in college-level courses - a highly contentious move opposed by many teachers - violates the city’s teacher union contract, according to an arbitrator’s ruling that was obtained yesterday by the Globe. (Full article: 857 words)

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