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Which Teachers Have Alternative Certification? Tidbits From a Federal Data Trove

This week the National Center for Education Statistics released its mammoth annual data report, the Condition of Education, with deep looks at how teachers join the workforce and how families choose education for their young children.  

The report includes hundreds of data indicators on American preschool, K-12, and collegiate schooling, covering everything from basic enrollment and spending in the nation's public schools to outcomes such as assessment scores, and high school and college graduation rates. While released annually, the data on different subjects may come from different years, based on the most recent information available. 

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