UL Lafayette’s rigorous degree program for teachers, hailed recently by federal Education Secretary Arne Duncan as “real change, based upon the real outcomes of children,” is getting some national media attention.

Last week, reporters from both The Washington Post and National Public Radio met with university President Joe Savoie and administrators of the College of Education for a closer look at UL’s teacher-training program, and at Louisiana’s school-accountability program. Larry Abramson’s report for National Public Radio is expected soon. To read Nick Anderson’s report in the Post, click here

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