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Schools beset by regulations

June 30, 2007

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JIM STERGIOS of the Pioneer Institute and Allison Ledger Fraser of Mass Insight Education miss the point by suggesting that removing health insurance from negotiations will expedite teacher contracts and thereby free school districts to focus on teaching. One suspects there is more to their argument (" An avoidable teachers strike ," Op-ed, June 26). (Full article: 215 words)

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