Teaching Tenure-nikki

Teaching Tenure-nikki - there is no reason for that person...

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Brent Mansingh G. Beckers EDCI 2001 Teacher Tenure The definition of teacher tenure law states: The teacher tenure law sets out strict termination and due process requirements for teachers, whether or not they have tenure. It covers certified professional employees below the rank of superintendent employed by a board of education for at least 90 days in a position that requires certification. In my opinion, if a teacher is not certified to teach AND does not have his/her respectful degree for his/her field, then
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Unformatted text preview: there is no reason for that person to be in a classroom. The only classroom they belong in is their certification class. If statistics show that it takes 7 years for a student to recover from a terrible year of teaching, then why even take the chance with someone who is not qualified to do so? Teaching is often overlooked in society. More people need to be open to the call to teach, because only a handful are actually up to the task of doing so....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course EDCI 2001 taught by Professor Beckers during the Spring '07 term at LSU.

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