Qualifying the term "highly qualified"

By the end of this school year, every teacher must be highly qualified, but what exactly does that mean? According to the U.S. Department of Education, under NCLB provisions a highly qualified teacher must have:

A bachelor's degree.

Full state certification, as
defined by the state.

Demonstrated competency, as defined by the state, in each core academic subject he or she teaches.

For further information, visit
www.ed.gov/teachers/nclbguide/toolkit_pg6.html#provision.

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