Minnesota lawmakers urged to rethink year-old teacher test law
ST. PAUL – Teachers and school administrators across Minnesota are asking lawmakers to rethink a law they passed last year that was aimed at producing higher-quality teachers.
The law requires teacher candidates to pass the Minnesota Teacher Licensure Exam before they can get a teacher’s license. The test includes reading, math and writing sections.
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