Teachers of students with disabilities face testing hurdles in N.C. district

About 200 teachers in North Carolina's Cumberland County school district may have to take additional courses or tests to be considered highly qualified after a change in the interpretation of No Child Left Behind. Under NCLB, the standardized tests taken by educators who teach middle- and high-school students with disabilities are not considered rigorous enough. Those who do not complete the requirements will be paired with a highly qualified teacher to meet the federal standard, an official said.

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