Teachers: The Missing Voice in Education
Relates and interprets responses on two surveys taken by teachers in Dade County (Miami), Florida, in 1964 and 1984. Teachers speak about goals and means of achieving them; rewards of teaching (declining steadily across the twenty years with student and parent disinterest at an all-time low, public
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