More students seek special-education licensure

04/30/2012 | Milford Daily News (Mass.)

Amid a crowded education job market, some school administrators in Massachusetts say more education students are seeking licensure in special education. The trend means more qualified applicants and fewer waivers for educators without specialized credentials seeking special-education positions, they say. "It speaks to the point that more people are going through the comprehensive training programs," said Betsey McKeon, special-education director for Framingham schools.

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