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Are Unions Over-Reacting, Or Does Miller Proposal Over-Reach?

By Alexander Russo — September 12, 2007 1 min read
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While it’s easy to look at this week’s NCLB meltdown as the result of teachers union recalcitrance, Bess Keller’s piece on the comparability provision (Proposed NCLB Rule on ‘Salary Comparability’ Draws Scrutiny) raises the possibility that the Miller draft, on the whole, tries to do too much -- not just fixing NCLB’s flaws but carving out new ground that is especially difficult to reach under the current circumstances.

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