June 5, 1985
Vol. 04, Issue 37
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One year after he received his Ph.D. degree in elementary education, John Daniel Nadal received a telephone call from an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
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It is true that our plan permits districts to hire people who are not graduates of teacher-training programs and who did not perform student teaching in college, but it also requires districts to provide these people with rigorous professional training both before and during their first year of teaching.
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