Massachusetts teachers unions back extra pay at poor schools

11/30/2006 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Massachusetts' teachers unions on Wednesday called for higher pay for teachers in high-poverty schools, among other incentives to reduce the achievement gap between wealthy and poor districts. The unions on Thursday will release a plan that includes expanding full-day kindergarten and increasing state aid to schools, among other strategies.

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