Many Utah special-ed teachers must go back to school

12/7/2005 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

The Utah Board of Education Tuesday approved a new policy that requires all special-education teachers earn 16 semester hours of credit in the subjects they teach to meet NCLB's "highly qualified" standards. The state school board had to approve the policy, which some observers fear could be "devastating" to the profession, or risk losing $100 million in federal aid.

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