NCBLA - What does NCBLA stand for? The Free Dictionary
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requires that teachers of core subject areas must be "highly qualified", hold at minimum a bachelors degree (usually from a teacher education program), state licensure and certification, and competency as determined by state mandated exams such as the Praxis.
This sets up a moral hazard problem in which the school transfer provisions of the NCBLA
undermine the existing incentives to choose high-scoring schools.
Eight appendixes contain supplemental information and summaries of reporting requirements under the NCBLA
. (Contains 13 tables and 7 figures.) (SLD)