06/25/2012 07:43 AM
Teachers are regularly tested to make sure they’re qualified to instruct students. Principals and superintendents are too. And students themselves are tested an re-tested. But not the people who have the power to make the biggest decisions in local schools: school board members. That should change, said Terry Holliday, Kentucky’s education commissioner. “Why wouldn’t we have some type of minimum competency for these folks who make tremendous decisions?” Holliday said (9:30 of the interview). Holliday said he would support legislation... Read more
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