More Oregon teachers achieve "highly qualified" rating

10/29/2004 | Oregonian (Portland), The

According to state data released Wednesday, substantially more Oregon teachers were rated "highly qualified" in 2004 than in 2003, primarily due to teachers' documenting past coursework and exam scores. An analysis by The Oregonian revealed high schools with mostly low-income students were less apt than more affluent schools to have highly qualified teachers in the core curriculum.

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