Should there be tougher admissions for Tenn. teaching colleges?

Teachers in Tennessee need better training before and after they enter the classroom, according to a report released Tuesday by the State Collaborative on Reforming Education. The group suggests more selectivity in admissions to teaching colleges, with perhaps more scrutiny given to applicants' ACT scores. The report also calls for more state dialogue with districts about technology plan for schools.

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