More on teachers and education, courtesy of the National Council on Teacher Quality's Chaim Karczag, who writes:
In…New Jersey, the home of the original labor
market deregulation for teachers, the State Board of Education is about
to gut the alternative certification route by larding it with extra ed
school requirement. Instead of reducing them, the educrats are raising
barriers to entry. I'm shocked, shocked.
"A Rare Political Drama Over the Teacher Code"
The Newark Star-Ledger, August 20, 2003
"State Panel Advances Teacher License Rules"
The Newark Star Ledger, August 21, 2003
After they screw over alt-cert, they'll complain about a lack of supply,
and NJ can inch ever closer to paying $15 K per pupil, per year.
Update: Here are the proper links: