Boston teachers are on the verge of losing $9 million in well-deserved bonuses for going the extra mile to turn around failing schools. Meanwhile, their union leadership is blithely using the potential loss of funds as a bargaining ploy to squeeze the city for a richer teachers contract. It’s time for the union to relent and allow its members to be rewarded for their good work.
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