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Union blasts city schools overhaul plan

Teachers’ hours, pay, and seniority affected

The goal is to bolster student achievement at the 12 underperforming schools, said Superintendent Carol R. Johnson. The goal is to bolster student achievement at the 12 underperforming schools, said Superintendent Carol R. Johnson.
By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / April 13, 2010

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The Boston Teachers Union started galvanizing opposition yesterday to parts of Superintendent Carol R. Johnson’s plan to overhaul 12 underperforming schools, after she called for teachers to work dozens of additional hours without extra pay. (Full article: 867 words)

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