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A new bill before the Utah State Legislature, sponsored by Sen. Ann Millner, R-Ogden, could require teachers to pass an exam demonstrating their ability to teach. Millner compared the new test to board exams for lawyers or physicians.
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Under the terms of SB78, teachers in Utah who want to keep or receive their teaching license would not only have to complete a college degree and everything that goes with it, but would also have to pass a pedagogical exam demonstrating their ability to teach.