School districts from coast to coast are finding better ways to track and screen the teachers they hire by using information gleaned from the internet and national criminal databases.

Many school districts have complained for years that they inadvertently accept undesirable teachers—some with criminal histories or mental disorders—because there is not enough evidence available to weed them out.

Now, educators in some states are finding it easier to track the people they


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