As school leaders struggle to find enough highly qualified educators to staff the nation's classrooms, a growing number of districts have been turning to the web in hopes of corralling new employees. Now, one North Carolina school system is among the first in the country to adopt a practice that already is catching on in the corporate world: using online exams to screen and assess potential candidates.

Beginning June 1, the Wake County Public School System--the second largest school district in North Carolina, serving more than 104,000 students--will require anyone who applies for a job


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