State credentialing leader: system ‘challenged’ not broke

(Calif.) Just as Mark Twain famously corrected reports of his death, the head of California’s teaching certification and professional standards agency rejects the notion that the state’s once vaunted educator preparation system is in crisis.

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First in Georgia: inmates to earn diplomas behind bars

(Ga.) Nineteen women serving time in a Georgia prison received their high school diplomas last week through a new program aimed at lowering recidivism rates and pushing inmates to pursue higher education.

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