North Carolina governor rejects teacher-standards bill

09/29/2005 | WRAL-TV (Raleigh, N.C.)

North Carolina Gov. Mike Easley yesterday vetoed a new teacher licensing bill that would have eased requirements to hire out-of-state teachers by considering them "highly qualified" if they'd met that criteria in their home states. Easley said the bill, which passed overwhelmingly in the Legislature, would have made North Carolina's teaching standards the lowest in the nation.

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