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Letter to Sens. Harkin and Enzi on Teacher Training Bill

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Letter to Sens. Harkin and Enzi on Teacher Training Bill

July 19, 2011

​Request to Sens. Harkin and Enzi to vote against the Growing Education Achievement Training Academies for Teachers and Principals Act (S. 1250). A major concern is a provision requiring states to allow these new academies to award certificates that would be treated as equivalent to a master’s degree while not obligating the academies to meet the same requirements as traditional higher education providers.

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