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  1. “Senate President Stephen Sweeney (D-Gloucester) called it “probably one of the most significant pieces of legislation that I have been involved with in my 10 years here.”

    Even the Republicans were praising the agreement, although they cited it more as a first move than an end in itself.”

    You know, the very least these people could do is raise the pay of the remaining teachers. It would be one thing to try to make teaching a more difficult job to qualify for and at the same time increase the benefits but the way these reformist politicians are doing it will only push decent people away.

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