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Some text in the lead to the Tampa Tribune story about alternative teacher certification in Florida was omitted in the December 2 issue. It should have read: Professionals seeking a career change now have alternative pathways to becoming teachers in Florida. The School District of Hillsborough County, for example, has created an alternative teacher certification program for nontraditional teachers (see Innovator, June 27, 2005), which includes completing six courses and passing three state-required tests. Another program through the American Board for Certification of Teacher Excellence (see Innovator, July 14, 2003), enables college graduates who pass two tests and successfully complete a classroom observation to gain teacher certification in less than six months. More-[Tampa Tribune] (Nov. 7)
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Publication:The Education Innovator
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Date:Dec 19, 2005
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