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with the widespread issuance of emergency credentials to elementary teachers in the state of California, much discussion has arisen concerning employment practices in the school districts. It has been asserted that some administrators and governing boards of schools have employed lesser qualified teachers for their districts in order to keep expenses low. It is conceivable that such practice might weaken professional standards and give rise to the employmant of teachers solely on their cost to the district rather than to their qualifications
Hartnett, John William Jr.. (1952). A study of the Relationship between the Financial Status and the Certificated Personnel of Selected Elementary School Districts of San Joaquin County. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1205
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