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NYC, union trade harsh words over plan impasse

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NEW YORK (AP) — The city and its teachers' union can't agree on how to evaluate the educators, an impasse that has put the nation's largest school district at risk of losing up to $450 million and reinvigorated the debate over whether teachers should be judged by student test scores. The two sides blamed each other while Gov. Andrew Cuomo insisted a midnight Thursday deadline for a plan —...

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