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That future teachers do not always select the most rigorous [#permalink]
MahmoudFawzy wrote:
That future teachers do not always select the most rigorous preparation programs cannot truly be said that they are at fault: The National Council on Teacher Quality, a think tank that advocates for higher standards for classroom teachers, only began publishing comprehensive program rankings in 2013.

A) That future teachers do not always select the most rigorous preparation programs cannot truly be said that they are at fault

B) That future teachers do not always select the most rigorous preparation programs cannot truly be said to be their fault

C) It cannot truly be said that it is the fault of teachers who have not selected the most rigorous preparation programs

D) It cannot truly be said that teachers are at fault for not selecting the most rigorous preparation programs

E) The notion that it is the fault of teachers for not selecting the most rigorous preparation programs cannot truly be said

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Future is ommited in option D. Is it fine.
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That future teachers do not always select the most rigorous [#permalink]
I doubt it is a colloquial structure.
https://gmatclub.com/forum/out-of-a-growing-pride-in-the-region-s-pre-automotive-achievements-213015.html it is somewhat a colloquial structure.

In answer a, sentence starts with 'that', we can read it as 'the fact that future teacher do not........'
It doesnt really make sense to say future teacher do not always select ...
And moreover, the fact that (omit the middle part) cannot truly be said that ....also does not make sense
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