Frank Edelblut: Revisiting educator credentials
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Developments in the Concord School District over the last several weeks have put a spotlight on a number of things, including New Hampshire’s educator credentialing.
For those who have not been paying attention, it was recently revealed that the assistant superintendent, who has served in that position since 2011, had not qualified to hold an assistant superintendent credential by the State Board of Education. One of the shocking aspects of this revelation was the fact that the individual had been recognized by the New Hampshire School Administrators Association in 2018 for her exemplary work.