Board of Education action harbinger of frustration



A move by the State Board of Education to adopt new rules for educator licensing might illustrate just how little influence the state’s new schools superintendent, Glenda Ritz, could have in slowing down the reforms of current schools chief Tony Bennett.

The board’s action came in spite of a plea from Ritz to postpone a decision until after she takes office next month. Ritz had opposed the new rules in her campaign, saying they threatened to diminish the standards of the teaching profession.

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