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The Politics of Teacher Education Reform
The National Commission on Teaching and America's Future



April 2000 | 189 pages | Corwin
Yearbook of the Politics of Education Association.

This is an educational policy book for students and researchers, and anyone interested in teacher education reform.


Karen S GAllagher and Jerry D Bailey
Introduction to the Politics of Teacher Preparation Reform
 
PART ONE: ISSUES FROM THE NATIONAL ARENA
Karen S GAllagher and Jerry D Bailey
The Politics of Teacher Education Reform
Strategic Philanthropy and Public Policy-Making

 
Penelope M Earley
Finding the Culprit
Federal Policy and Teacher Education

 
Frank B Murray
The Role of Accreditation Reform in Teacher Education
 
PART TWO: STORIES FROM THE STATE ARENA
Marilyn M Scannell and Philip L Metcalf
Autonomous Boards and Standards-Based Teacher Development
Jan S Kettlewell, Janine A Kaste and Sheila A Jones
The Georgia Story of P-16 Partnerships
 
PART THREE: A STORY FROM THE URBAN ARENA
Robert J Yinger and Martha S Hendricks-Lee
The Language of Standards and Teacher Education Reform
Arlene Harris Mitchell et al
Balancing the Politics of Two Cultures
Cincinnati Initiative for Teacher Education and the Cincinnati Professional Practice School Partnership

 
 
PART FOUR: THE MICROPOLITICAL ARENA
Sally Frost Mason
Do Colleges of Liberal Arts and Sciences Need Schools of Education?
Dennis Thiessen
Developing Knowledge for Preparing Teachers
Redefining the Role of Schools of Education

 
Richard D Howard, Randy Hitz and Larry J Baker
Adequacy and Allocation within Higher Education
Funding the Work of Education Schools

 
 
PART FIVE: THE FINAL ARENA: BUILDING CAPACITY FOR CHANGE
Linda Darling-Hammond
Teaching for America's Future
National Commissions and Vested Interests in an Almost-Profession

 

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