Commentary: Don't shortchange California's future teachers

10/27/2003 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Jerry Griswold, a children's literature teacher at San Diego State University, expresses concern that a new teacher training law will force schools to overload teachers with pedagogy training, in the process sacrificing core "content" classes in core academic subjects. Griswold fears that students of literature teachers who have not read the classics, for example, will end up reading less-challenging books.

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