The Boston Teachers Union notified the School Department today that it intends to block its unilateral implementation of a new teacher evaluation system for this school year, the latest flashpoint in the increasingly contentious negotiations over a new contract. In a letter to the School Department, the union’s attorney Matthew E. Dwyer said school officials lacked the legal authority to impose a new teacher evaluation system on Sept. 4 without reaching an agreement with the union.
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