Connecticut Eases Requirements For Math Teachers

10/4/2001

Connecticut's State Board of Education voted 7-1 on Oct. 3 to lower by a few points the passing score for its math-teacher licensing exam, which 30% of prospective teachers fail. Schools across the state are facing a shortage of math teachers, and educators say Connecticut's cut-off score -- one of the highest in the nation -- has been a barrier to some candidates.

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