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A court in Minnesota overturned a decision by the state’s teaching board to deny the reciprocal license application of an Iowa-licensed teacher January 8, holding that the board’s requirement that the teacher’s out-of-state licensure be the product of a similar training program to that required in Minnesota was an incorrect interpretation of state law.
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