State superintendent: Ind. needs to alter teacher-licensing process

08/13/2009 | Herald Bulletin (Anderson, Ind.), The

Indiana demands much from its teachers, but the state's teacher-licensing process is not effective, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Bennett writes. It does not require educators' command of subjects they'll teach, he argues. Bennett advocates changes that include altering licensing rules to draw professionals into teaching and requiring more subject-matter knowledge from education majors.

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