Originally Posted by Nords
... especially since "No Child Left Behind" was passed. *My impression is that teachers are overloaded ...
Received today from Division of Human Resources:
"Notification of NCLB Compliance (Highly Qualified Teachers)
The HR office is pleased to inform you that you have successfully completed the process required to be a Highly Qualified Teacher as outlined by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB)...
You have completed a Certificate of Compliance form ...* These forms have been signed and have been placed in your Personnel file...
We thank you for your patience and cooperation in the implementation of this law."
Alrighty then.* I was given a form.* I check off a couple of boxes, signed and dated it, returned it and waited, oh about 2 years, and lo and behold, I have "completed the process" to be deemed a highly qualified teacher.* Not that I am or am not highly qualified in fact, mind you, but the process has been successfully completed.* Parents of school children can rest assured now that No Child will surely Be Left Behind as this form has been filed in my jacket.* Now, where is the next flaming hoop through which I may be required to jump?