Lawmaker kills bill that would have allowed unlicensed teachers in rural Colorado classrooms

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A bill that would have allowed understaffed rural Colorado school districts to hire unlicensed teachers was spiked by its sponsor after he was unable to find enough support. “I’ve gotten a lot of flack over it, and it’s not ready for prime time,” said Rep. Jim Wilson, a Salida Republican. “If your troops are still arguing, I’m not dumb enough to lead the charge.” Along with providing flexibility on hiring unlicensed teachers, House Bill 1178 would have created a process...

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