Teachers and the State: Towards a Directed Profession

Teachers and the State: Towards a Directed Profession

Teachers and the State: Towards a Directed Profession

Teachers and the State: Towards a Directed Profession

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We would like to thank all those teachers who took the time to reply to our questionnaires. We would also like to express special thanks to two of our colleagues: to Jeff Moore for advice on some of the trickier aspects of developing questionnaires; and to Derek Webster for doing the necessary, and valuable job of proof reading and commenting on the manuscript.

The authors are grateful to the following for permission to reproduce published material covered by copyright.

Carfax Publishing Limited, PO Box 25, Abingdon, Oxon, OX14 3UE; for material from Journal of Education for Teaching, ‘Perceptions of Professionalism by the Mentors of Student Teachers’ 23, 3:1997, and

Teachers and Teaching, ‘Teacher Professionalisation Through Action Research—possibility or pipe-dream?’ 3, 2:1997.

Sage Publications for material from Educational Management and Administration, 25, 1: ‘Impoverishing a Sense of Professionalism: Who’s to Blame?’

Blackwell Publishers for British Journal of Educational Studies 44, 1: ‘Cooperating in their own Deprofessionalisation? On the need to recognise the “public” and “ecological” roles of the teaching profession’.

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