Texas may link teacher-training programs to student achievement

11/2/2009 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

A proposed rating system in Texas is aimed at holding teacher-training programs accountable for their graduates' success in the classroom. Given preliminary approval by the State Board for Educator Certification, the rules would use student achievement to help determine which programs are producing the most -- and least -- effective teachers. Final approval could occur in February.

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