Even as the Boston Teachers Union offered late last week to make much-needed concessions in one key way, it muddied the waters in another. The sticky issue is the so-called “model contract language” that also comes recommended by the state. The union favors it because it is rife with data requirements, timelines, and procedures that open the door for union grievances. The school department has a plan that avoids such pitfalls.
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