Schools Struggle to Meet Federal Education Mandate Under the No Child Left Behind Act, all teachers must be "highly qualified" in their assigned subjects and grade levels by 2006. This fall, states are scrambling to comply; but some are concerned about how to interpret the requirement. NPR's Claudio Sanchez reports.
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Schools Struggle to Meet Federal Education Mandate

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Schools Struggle to Meet Federal Education Mandate

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Schools Struggle to Meet Federal Education Mandate

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Under the No Child Left Behind Act, all teachers must be "highly qualified" in their assigned subjects and grade levels by 2006. This fall, states are scrambling to comply; but some are concerned about how to interpret the requirement. NPR's Claudio Sanchez reports.