Columnist: "Highly qualified" at best a crude measure

05/27/2004 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Washington Post education writer Karin Chenoweth urges parents not to panic when they receive letters this week from Prince George's County, Md., administrators that say their children's teachers aren't highly qualified. Instead, she says, they should talk with those teachers about their teaching experience and their children's academic progress.

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