States lag in meeting NCLB "highly qualified" mandates

06/16/2006 | National Public Radio

In a radio piece, Morning Edition correspondent Claudio Sanchez reports that so far no state has met NCLB's mandate that 100% of teachers be "highly qualified" by next year. Administrators in poor, rural Hope County, N.C., fear sanctions because many teachers lack the proper licenses and college coursework.

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