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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.

This program aired on September 12, 2012.

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Steve Brown is a veteran broadcast journalist who serves as WBUR's senior State House reporter.

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