Federal standards for teachers put principals in tough spot

10/15/2002 | NYTimes.com

Many schools are having difficulty complying with a new federal law mandating all schools to employ "highly qualified" teachers by 2006. Principals in struggling schools often have ignored a rule that requires them to tell parents if their children's teachers are not highly qualified.

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