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English teacher Pauline Lugira with eighth-graders at Smith Leadership Academy, a Dorchester charter school where teachers in all subjects can earn incentive pay.

School chiefs urge cash lure for math and science teachers

By Maria Sacchetti
Globe Staff / November 13, 2006

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Forty-eight school superintendents across Massachusetts are calling for cash incentives to attract math and science teachers, a new effort to compete with higher-paying private businesses that would change the way teachers are paid. (Full article: 1095 words)

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