Okla. education board mulls criteria for language teachers

03/27/2013 | Tulsa World (Okla.)

The Oklahoma Board of Education is set to vote on whether to make it easier for native-language speakers to teach their languages in the state's public schools. The rule, which if approved would be sent to state lawmakers for consideration, would establish certain steps for native speakers to earn teaching certification, including passing a language proficiency test and a background check.

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