Massachusetts governor signs sweeping education reforms into law

01/19/2010 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick signed into law a comprehensive education-reform bill that allows for an increase in the number of charter schools and grants superintendents more authority to dismiss ineffective teachers and make sweeping changes in struggling districts. The reforms are designed to position the state to qualify for $250 million in federal Race to the Top money.

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