North Carolina may drop license exam for out-of-state teachers

04/28/2004 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

Tuesday, a North Carolina legislative committee voted to drop a requirement that out-of-state secondary teachers pass a subject area test to receive a license. While supporters say the requirement was hurting teacher recruitment, Gov. Mike Easley and others worry that eliminating the exam will lower teacher quality.

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