So let’s get this straight: We are holding our students to more rigorous standards and higher expectations, yet we’re lowering the standards by which we’re selecting those who will guide our students down that path.
Shouldn’t our leaders be more qualified than that?
Do you really want your doctor to be the guy who graduated last in his class? Do you want the lawyer representing you who failed the bar exam the first 12 attempts?
This makes no sense. As we raise the bar for our students, we are continuing to find ways to lower the bar of teachers…
The Oklahoma House of Representatives approved legislation Tuesday that would adjust the alternative teaching certification process. OKLAHOMA CITY — House Bill 3025, authored by state Rep. John Paul Jordan, would remove the requirement for candidates to have a college GPA of at least 2.5 to be allowed to begin […]