Panel greenlights non-credentialed teacher hiring

(Calif.) Members of an important legislative policy committee gave conditional support to bills that would temporarily reduce teacher training requirements and provide charter schools better access to surplus property, but they rejected a measure that would have repealed district funding reserve caps.

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Career readiness definition still eludes most states study finds

(Penn.) At least 15 states still have ambiguous definitions for how schools should be preparing students for a career upon graduation, or lack standards altogether, according to a recent study from the University of Pennsylvania.

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