The Kansas State Board of Education will consider whether to let a handful of designated innovative districts hired unlicensed instructors for the classroom.
The Kansas State Board of Education will consider whether to let a handful of designated innovative districts hired unlicensed instructors for the classroom. JILL JARSULIC File photo
The Kansas State Board of Education will consider whether to let a handful of designated innovative districts hired unlicensed instructors for the classroom. JILL JARSULIC File photo

Kansas board to discuss proposal to hire unlicensed people to teach in some districts

April 15, 2015 05:31 PM

UPDATED April 15, 2015 06:08 PM

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