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Both present alt cert in general—and TFA in particular—as a problem, as a project that urgently needs fixing.
Many alt cert programs are much less reflective than TFA when it comes to improving their recruitment and training programs.
Admittedly, the quality of alt cert programs varies quite a bit.
Alt cert critics often argue that there are flaws in the methodology of some of these studies.
TFA—and some other alt cert programs—are already performing about as well as our main teacher preparation pipeline.
T may not be alt'gesser dignified to be 'tossicated in zhe legs, but 's far besser'n if 'twas in zhe eyes.Tin-Types Taken in the Streets of New York|Lemuel Ely Quigg
Altitude, alt′i-tude, n. height: a point or position at a height above the sea: high rank or eminence.
Alt′ar-rails, rails separating the sacrarium from the rest of the chancel.
At sight of him the three heads drew apart, and Alt Pikker began to speak of the stars that were rising in the eastern dusk.
Joan made no answer, but leaped from her horse without waiting for the hand of Alt Pikker, which many thought strange.