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Study group explores governance of teacher licensure, development of tiered system

The Legislative Study Group on Educator Licensure met for the fifth time on Tuesday, October 25. The group — made up of six state senators and six state representatives — is discussing concerns raised by the Office of the Legislator … Continue reading

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Minnesota legislators submit proposals for restructuring teacher licensure system

The Legislative Study Group on Educator Licensure met Thursday, September 29, in St. Paul, to hear three proposals to reform the licensing agencies responsible for licensure and create a tiered licensure system. First, were the proposals to reform the licensing … Continue reading

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Educator licensure study group hears concerns from testifiers

The Legislative Study Group on Educator Licensure began their second meeting — held Tuesday, August 23, in St. Paul — with testimony from stakeholders. The testimony consisted of strong opposition to consolidating the governance models for licensure of superintendents and … Continue reading

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Legislative Study Group on Educator Licensure meeting set for 1 p.m. webcast today

The Legislative Study Group on Educator Licensure is slated to meet from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. today (Thursday, July 21) at the Minnesota Senate Building (Room 1200). The meeting is scheduled to be streamed via http://mnsenate.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=1.  The Minnesota Legislature established this 12-member group to recommend how … Continue reading

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