Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Michigan special educators' "highly qualified" status uncertain

Because Michigan allowed its secondary-school special educators to take certification tests meant for elementary teachers in attaining "highly qualified" status under federal standards, an unknown number of the state's 7,000 secondary special-education teachers likely will lose that designation. The affected teachers have until June 2009 to become highly qualified, a status NCLB requires them to have. Education Week

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