The Boston Teachers Union proposed a deal this afternoon to break deadlocked negotiations over a new contract that includes major concessions on wages and on creating a new teacher evaluation system that would speed up the dismissal of ineffective teachers. The union said it would accept the city’s offer for pay raises over the six-year span of the contract that calls for no increase the first year, a 1 percent increase the second year, a 2 percent increase the third year, and a 3 percent increase for each of the final three years of the contract.
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