OTHER OPINION: Education
When Minnesota parents send their children off to school, they expect them to have qualified teachers.
In fact, state law clearly says that teachers must have state-issued licenses to teach certain subject areas or grade levels.
Despite those rules, hundreds of state instructors do their jobs without those credentials, according to a recent Star Tribune story. And the state does little about it.
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