- Ohio’s teachers unions are trying to proposed state legislation that would school boards to hire military veterans as teachers and be deemed to hold a teaching certificate.
- The legislation would require veterans to have spent at least four years on active duty and been either honorably discharged or medically separated.
- Veterans also would have to meet other qualifications, including demonstrating a mastery of a subject area to be taught.
- The teachers unions claim that certifying veterans to teach will lower standards.
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