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Teacher raises surpass US rate

Localities cite budget strains

By Maria Sacchetti
Globe Staff / July 3, 2005

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The average salary for Massachusetts teachers has been rising faster than the national average, setting off concerns that local school committees have given in too easily to teacher unions' demands and squandered limited money on salary increases. (Full article: 1198 words)

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