Colorado district seeks approval for in-house licensing

10/5/2006 | Denver Post, The

The Douglas County School District has asked Colorado for permission to bypass state rules so that it can train and license its own teachers, starting next year. The district's proposal includes creation of a professional in-residence program allowing working professionals to teach part-time and a training program to qualify licensed educators to teach in hard-to-fill positions, such as math or a foreign language.

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