A last-ditch attempt by Boston school and union leaders to reach agreement on a new teachers’ contract failed after a nearly 16-hour negotiating session that ended Tuesday morning, sending the dispute to a state mediator. The leader of the Boston Teachers Union, Richard Stutman, and Schools Superintendent Carol R. Johnson blamed each for the deadlock.
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