Commentary: Massachusetts rigid on "highly qualified" rules

05/8/2006 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

In an opinion piece, Alison Lobron, who teaches English at Concord Academy, an elite private school, says she and most of her colleagues would be unqualified under NCLB rules. She urges Massachusetts consider adopting independent schools' flexible approach to "qualified," instead of strictly relying on tests and education credits.

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