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Tennessee Higher Education Commission report on Fast Track Teacher Certification

State Collaborative on Reforming Education SCORE The SCORE Institute is a chance to think big about the future direction of public education in Tennessee and America. The Institute is a thoughtful series of discussions about where we’ve been and where … Continue reading

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Cutting Funding 4 English Lessons: A False Economy says Alan Tuckett (and Thomas Baker)

Source: Alan Tuckett The Guardian, Tuesday 26 April 2011 http://bit.ly/eKLe7j “Cutting funding for English lessons is a false economy. Britain’s poorest communities have been helped by ESOL classes, but many will now lose out”, says Alan Tuckett. Thomas Baker: “ESOL … Continue reading

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Are You A Native Speaker? Willing to Live as a Criminal in South America? Come to Chile… (Comments on Some Bad Advice)

Teaching English in Chile Jobs Are Available for Untrained Teachers By Emily Tell The demand for English teachers in Chile is a direct result of Chili’s (it’s “Chile”) attempt at integration into the global economy through trade agreements with the … Continue reading

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