What does it take to teach high school worldwide?

03/22/2013 | Slate

Most countries have more rigorous training requirements for high-school teachers than is the standard in the US, according to data collected by Jody Heymann and the World Policy Analysis Center and published in "Children's Chances: How Countries Can Move from Surviving to Thriving." This map shows that a bachelor's degree is required in the US, while most countries require a bachelor's with some training and others require a master's degree.

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