Sapping the strength of schools

Dec 10 2010

By Scot Lehigh, The Boston Globe

Michael Widmer, president of Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation, was every bit as adamant as Grogan, saying that if Massachusetts is to keep its first-in-the-nation status on education, it has to confront the issue. As a short-term reform, giving cities and towns plan design/GIC-joining authority dwarfs anything else that can be done, said Widmer, who predicted local health care savings would reach $100 million in year one and compound to the billion-dollar range over a decade.
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