Maybe the HQT Requirement Isn't So Weak After All (NCLB News)

For three years now, it's seemed like the highly qualified teacher requirements have been pretty weak, what with basic skills tests, credit for PD and years on the job, and the infamous HOUSSE requirements. But apparently not just anyone can teach at a public school anymore -- not even a highly-connected college graduate who wants to teach at a Washington, DC charter school:

Jenna left behind (Philadelphia Enquirer) via Education At The Brink

In this light, it seems that maybe her Inaugural finger-wagging was a confused plea meant to signal "I really need a job" rather than the many other explanations that have been given for the gesture: "Hook 'em, horns," "I love Satan," "My father is a cuckold," and "Bull----."


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