State superintendent wants to change requirements to teach

07/30/2009 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Indiana Superintendent Tony Bennett would like to relax the state's teacher-licensing rules to allow more hiring from other professions. But some argue that his proposed changes overlook the importance of training in teaching methods. The state licensing board wants some clarifications before voting on Bennett's proposal. "How you teach does make a big difference," one board member said. "The 'how' is critical."

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