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States must cut red tape to attract more qualified teachers


Rigid standards are shutting out aspiring teachers. States must evaluate potential teachers without traditional certification in ways that don’t push needed talent away, reports the Christian Science Monitor. My wife has a master’s degree in education from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, has lived in four countries, speaks a good deal of Arabic and some Italian, and has been either teaching or conducting education research for the better part of a decade…

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