Boston Superintendent Johnson Relieved At Teacher Deal



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The Boston School Department and the city’s teachers union have reached an agreement, after more than two years of sometimes-heated contract negotiations.

Boston Teachers Union President Richard Stutman says the six-year plan will make the city’s public schools better, and we also spoke with Superintendent Carol Johnson, who expressed relief that an agreement has been reached.

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