Tuesday, May 31, 2005

From the Virginian Pilot, an article about the Virginia Board of Education's plans for testing teachers: Prospective teachers might have to take literacy test (HamptonRoads.com/Pilot Online): "Prospective teachers in Virginia may have to pass a new college-level literacy test – heavy on communications skills and writing, but no math.

Under proposed licensing changes being considered by the Virginia Board of Education, teaching candidates still would have to pass the Praxis II, a standardized test on the subject matter they would teach, too. And they would be able to work only one year under a provisional license before they must pass the tests."


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