More Caving On HQT From USDE

There's just about two weeks until states are supposed to put in their revised highly qualified teacher plans. Today's Hartford Courant says that Connecticut's HOUSSE standard has been reviewed and approved by the USDE. Thirteen thousand veteran teachers get "highly qualified" in an instant. Big surprise.

For a slightly broader view of things, NPR overviews the current state of play here: States Struggle to Certify 'Qualified' Teachers


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