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I was dreaming the other day that I read in the paper about John Smith, a local high-school history teacher, who had signed a three-year, $850,000 contract to stay on at Regional High School.
New Jersey has a problem. It has come to the state's attention that the academic quality of its prospective teachers is not equivalent to that, let us say, of its prospective doctors and lawyers. In fact, the sat scores of prospective education majors in the state run 30 to 50 points below the not particularly stellar New Jersey average.
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