On August 9, 2016 Christopher Magan of the Pioneer Press wrote an article summarizing the latest in a lawsuit filed by a group of teachers who have been harmed by Minnesota’s complex, inconsistent teacher licensure system.

Magan explains:

An appeals court panel rejected a request from the Minnesota Board of Teaching to dismiss a lawsuit filed by 18 educators over the state’s often criticized system for licensing teachers.

The teachers’ lawsuit claims the Board of Teaching made arbitrary and inconsistent decisions when rejecting applications for teaching licenses and ignored the Legislature’s request to streamline the licensing process for educators trained out-of-state and in alternative programs.

Click here to read the full article.

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