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Is proficiency enough to teach school?
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MONROE - Details are murky about Gov. Scott Walker's recent proposal for an alternative way to gain a teaching license, and local teachers and school administrators are hesitant to voice their opinions on the plan. Walker's budget, released last week, includes the recommendation to create a way for "any person who has a bachelor's degree, relevant experience and demonstrated proficiency in a subject" to receive a teaching license for that particular subject if they pass a competency test.

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