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Teacher quality on the rise?

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Lincoln Parish has been lucky enough to be the home of three state teachers of the year in the past two years, which implies the parish has some pretty high-quality educators on staff.

However, according to a recent report along with comments by Louisiana State Superintendent John White, other areas in the state aren’t so lucky. A report released by the nonprofit National Council on Teacher Quality late last month gave Louisiana a C- in state policies regarding teacher quality.

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