DeMordaunt and Mortimer said their committees may begin addressing teacher pay and tiered licensure within a couple of weeks.
The Senate Education Committee will likely get a look at the controversial tiered licensure plan early in the legislative session.
Gov. Butch Otter wants to see the 2015 Legislature revamp teacher licensing — and pass a related, $175 million plan to boost teacher pay.
The new state superintendent wants the state to slow down on tiered teacher licensure and a teacher career ladder plan.
Members of the State Board of Education called on Gov. Otter and lawmakers to pass legislation raising teacher pay this session.
State Board of Education members remain committed to addressing teacher pay before the 2015 legislative session, staffers said.
Proposal now heads to the Legislature for final consideration.
In his last speech to school administrators, state superintendent Tom Luna pushes for the controversial teacher licensing overhaul.
The State Board of Education will discuss several changes to the controversial proposal Thursday afternoon.
In the face of unified opposition, it’s time for the State Board of Education to start over, Don Coberly says.