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The Quest for Highly Qualified Teachers

The November issue of the American School Board Journal takes an in-depth look at the teacher quality provisions of the federal No Child Left Behind Act and how states are progressing towards the goal of having a highly qualified teacher in every classroom. The conclusion is that a lot more progress is needed. The article looks closely at five areas of concern surrounding the issue of highly qualified teachers, including the ever-popular teacher pay issue.

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