Thesaurus / well-qualified
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The well-qualified, faithful teacher, then, becomes the right arm of the legislator.
With the new year, 1902, drafts of carefully chosen and well-qualified teachers from England began to arrive.
A number of well-qualified and laborious inspectors constitute an essential part of every good school organization.
They are also furnishing a large number of well-qualified teachers.
Until this provision is observed, no doctor—no matter how eminent or well-qualified—can practice in New York.
Well-qualified teachers will be called in from abroad until competent ones can be trained up at home.
There are ladies, even where well-qualified domestics are most rare, who seldom find any trouble in keeping good and steady ones.
A TREATISE ON DOMESTIC ECONOMYCATHERINE ESTHER BEECHER
Then, again, well-qualified teachers and superintendents are employed.
He urged the people to build better schools and to pay better salaries, so that well-qualified teachers could be engaged.
ONTARIO TEACHERS' MANUALS: HISTORYONTARIO MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
It is not enough that good school-houses be provided and well-qualified teachers be employed.

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