WASHINGTON (WHTC) - Hope College topped all Michigan schools of higher education in a new nationwide survey of how institutions are preparing teachers. Hope took three and a half out of four stars from the National Council on Teacher Quality’s Teacher Prep Review for its undergraduate program on secondary education, and two out of four for elementary education. Western Michigan had a star and a half for secondary education; Grand Valley State and Calvin didn’t rate in this survey that was based on a number of factors. The report says the standards for acceptance into the teacher programs nationwide are too low.
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