Dayton Vetos Teacher Tenure Restrictions

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Governor Dayton today vetoed the Minnesota Education Policy bill for several reasons. One provision of the bill requires teachers to do three years of probation when they move to a new school. Another provision Dayton dislikes is languages that prohibits the State’s Commissioner of Education from adopting “Common Core Standards” which 42 other states have adopted. Dayton also said he is reluctant to sign any education bill that does not contain language and/or funding for early childhood education.

Governor Dayton Veto of Education Policy Bill

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