Pennsylvania charters held to different standards than regular schools

08/29/2003 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Despite the poor showing of some charter school students on state assessment tests, Pennsylvania allows up to one-quarter of charter school teachers to be unlicensed. Critics, including Albert Fondy, president of the Pittsburgh and state federations of teachers, believe it is vital for 100% of teachers in all schools to be licensed.

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