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At present, there is a grave threat to the long tradition of excellence at Boston Latin, the nation's oldest public school.
Some states have already enacted--and almost all others are considering--a statute that promises to reward outstanding teachers and to improve teaching in general. The "and" is instructive. In most cases, one bill is supposed to accomplish both goals.
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