Opinion: Teachers unions often buck student-centered reforms

03/29/2006 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Education policy analysts Frederick M. Hess and Martin R. West welcome Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's far-reaching teacher pay proposals as a much-needed catalyst for collective bargaining reform. They contend school boards and the public must push for the elimination of restrictive, adult-centered teacher contracts that keep schools from becoming "professional 21st-century centers of learning."

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