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Uncertified Teachers in City Schools

An article that appeared in the New York Post’s online edition on June 11, "Nearly 10,000 Uncertified Teachers Fill City Schools," discussed the shortage of certified teachers in New York City.
An article that appeared in the New York Post's online edition on June 11, "Nearly 10,000 Uncertified Teachers Fill City Schools," discussed the shortage of certified teachers in New York City. TC Dean Karen Zumwalt was quoted in the article. She commented that the students who truly need prepared teachers are the ones who are getting shortchanged.

For more information, go to
http://www.nypost.com/

Published Wednesday, Apr. 17, 2002

Uncertified Teachers in City Schools

An article that appeared in the New York Post's online edition on June 11, "Nearly 10,000 Uncertified Teachers Fill City Schools," discussed the shortage of certified teachers in New York City. TC Dean Karen Zumwalt was quoted in the article. She commented that the students who truly need prepared teachers are the ones who are getting shortchanged.

For more information, go to
http://www.nypost.com/
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