June 19, 2002
Vol. 21, Issue 41
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Secretary of Education Rod Paige urged the states last week to revamp the way they certify teachers for the classroom, by setting higher standards for knowledge of the subjects they teach and requiring less preparation in teaching methods. Includes the chart "Academic-Content Requirement."
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