Portrait of a Profession
Teaching and Teachers in the 21st Century
by David M. Moss, ed., Wendy J. lenn, ed., Richard L. chwab, ed.
December 2004, 248pp, 6 1/8x9 1/4
1 volume, Praeger

Hardcover: 978-0-275-98218-8
$65, £50, 57€, A90
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Offering an inside look at the hidden dimensions of teaching, this provocative text presents insight into, and analysis of, the work of teaching—from preparing teachers and their daily work to the influence of public policy on the profession.

This provocative text offers an inside look at the hidden dimensions of teaching. Sometimes controversial, always poignant, the book examines highly debated issues fundamental to a free and open society. School reform is at a critical juncture; the portrait of the profession revealed here serves as a catalyst for change. Chapters discuss such timely and relevant topics as the preparation of teachers past and present, the daily work of teachers, and the influence of current policy on public education.

Teaching our children is a shared responsibility. The work of teaching described in this book demonstrates clearly that there is much work to be done by all involved. This book will inform and empower a wide range of readers including those considering careers in teaching, those who have children in school, who vote and pay taxes, work in schools, influence policy, or those who are business leaders.

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