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Educator Preparation Commission Updates

Changes are on the horizon for K-12 teacher licensing and preparation in North Carolina as the new Professional Educator Preparation and Standards Commission met last week to pass recommendations on to the State Board of Education. Chaired by superintendent of Greene County Schools Patrick Miller and composed of different education officials in the state, the commission met Friday to continue the complicated process of standardizing and improving the licensing process for teachers in North Carolina. All four agenda items considered Friday were passed to the State Board of Education, which oversees the commission, with the assumption they would be sent back down the bureaucratic chain for further discussion.

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Kirk Bado | EdNC