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School grades little indication of an educator’s potential

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School grades little indication of an educator’s potential Gov. Andrew Cuomo, the self-proclaimed leader of education in New York state, is at it again. This time, as part of his statewide education reform initiative, he is calling for raising the academic standards for those who would enter teacher or principal preparation programs at SUNY. The initiative would require a minimum 3.0 grade point average for admission to such programs, as well as high scores on ...


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