Recruiting and Retaining Teachers: Understanding Why Teachers Teach

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Index
This index is in word by word alphabetical order. References to tables and figures are given in bold print.
a
Adams, C. 19 , 21
Adams, J. 75 , 82
Allebone, B. 46 , 47 , 49 , 66
Anderson, J. 44
Andrews, B. 95 , 101
Argyle, M. 24 , 44
Arnold, J. 4 , 21 , 24 , 44 , 87 , 101
Association of Local Government 14
Association of Teachers and Lecturers 84 , 101
Audit Commission 19 , 21 , 121
Avi-Itzhak, T. 24 , 44

b
Barber, M. 20 , 21 , 130 , 150
Barker, S. 47 , 66
Barlin, D. 111 , 114 , 117 , 118
behaviour of pupils 32 , 91 , 127 , 129 - 132 ;
behaviour management systems 132 -6;
and supply teachers 107 , 113 ;
and trainee teachers 60 - 61 , 71 -2, 74
Bennett, R. 88 , 101
BERA 143
Berliner, Wendy 39 - 40
Blair, Tony 1 , 18 , 21
Blunkett, David 1
Borg, M.G. 24 , 44
Boston Globe6
Brace, G. 138 , 150
Bracey, G. 7 , 21
Brighouse, Harry 143
Brighouse, Tim 143
Briner, R. 96 -7, 101
Brophy, J. 109 , 118
Brown, K. 137 , 151
Burns, B. 138 , 151
Burns, Maureen 143

c
career choice, survey of school leavers and undergraduates:
conclusions 43 - 44 ;
ethnic minorities 37-9;
factors in career choice 24 -9, 145 ;
gender differences 35 , 36 , 37 ;
income 25 , 42 ;
intellectual challenge of teaching 25 -8;
questionnaire 154-7;
reasons for choosing other careers 29 , 30-4;
views on teaching 4 - 5 , 34 , 35 , 131
career development 140
Carter, M. 90 , 92 , 101
Chambers, G. 76 , 82
changes in education 95 - 100
Chaplain, R. 24 , 44
Chapman, D.W. 24 , 45
Charter, David 40
Chief Inspector for Schools 9 , 130
Clarke, C. 20 , 21
Claxton, G. 74 , 74 -5, 82
Clough, J. 19 , 21 , 121 , 151
Cockburn, A. 22 , 44 , 45 , 101 , 151 ;
career choice 4 , 5 , 24 ;
discipline 32 , 41 - 42 ;

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