Teachers' Work

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Allen & Unwin, 1985 - Educational sociology - 217 pages
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This book describes the life and work of a cross - section of teachers in Australian schools. It contains vivid portraits of people, classrooms and staffrooms, and is essential reading for parents, teachers, and all other people who need to know how our schools really work. Teachers' Work provides a careful analysis of the curriculum and the personal relationships of the classroom as aspects of the work teachers do, and how these connect to the larger social structures of gender and social class. This provides new lines of thought about the reasons for social inequalities in education.

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