California judge strips credentials from teaching interns

11/3/2005 | San Francisco Chronicle

A San Francisco Superior Court judge Wednesday threw out the individualized internship certificate held by at about 2,000 teachers because the process establishing the California program had not followed procedural rules. Teachers who had possessed the certificate are now no longer deemed to be "highly qualified" under NCLB rules.

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