Ind. policy allowing adjunct licensing for teachers hits a snag

04/3/2013 | StateImpact

Indiana's plans to allow non-education majors to become teachers by passing a subject-area exam has been delayed for about a year because the state board of education didn't vote on the rule change before a March 31 deadline. The board will consider the policy at a meeting in May and reopen the proposal to a cost analysis and public comment period. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz said delays within her department were not intentional, even though she opposes the measure.

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