Some Pennsylvania colleges criticize special-ed, ELL training mandates

11/14/2008 | Times Leader (Wilkes-Barre, Pa.)

New Pennsylvania guidelines require all prospective elementary and middle-school teachers take coursework in special education and teaching English-language learners, but some college education officials say the additional classes will keep some students from entering education or exploring other topics. A state official said the guidelines provide sufficient flexibility.

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