A new study released by a conservative think tank in Canada suggests the country's Council of Ministers of Education should oversee teacher certification and standard-setting, rather than individual provinces. The study, conducted by Rodney Clifton, a University of Manitoba professor emeritus in education, also finds teachers should be subjected to national licensing standards and paid according to achievement to improve the quality of the country's teachers.
Study suggests national licensing standards for Canada's teachers
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