November 22, 2019 – California has seen a surge in the number of temporary credentials issued to underqualified teachers. Compounding the problem, these teachers are often more likely to be working in schools with the highest need students, John Fensterwald of EdSource writes about changes that are coming in 2020 that will address the problem of underqualified teachers in the classroom. Managing Attorney John Affeldt is quoted in the story.

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