Opinion: Creative fixes to special educator shortfall must be of high quality

12/22/2005 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Johns Hopkins University special education professor Michael S. Rosenberg writes in an opinion piece that research indicates successful alternative certification programs for special-ed teachers involve certain factors, including university and school district collaboration and frequent site-based supervision of candidates. He warns that poorly trained graduates of such "fast-track" programs can irreparably damage at-risk students.

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