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Women Educators: Employees of Schools in Western World Countries epub ebook

by Patricia A. Schmuck

Women Educators: Employees of Schools in Western World Countries epub ebook

Author: Patricia A. Schmuck
Category: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: SUNY Press (July 1, 1987)
Pages: 251 pages
ISBN: 0887064434
ISBN13: 978-0887064432
Rating: 4.6
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Patricia A. Schmuck, Richard A. Schmuck. Women educators : employees of schools in Western countries. To study democratic participation in small-town schools, over 5 months the authors interviewed and observed local educators, policymakers, and students from 25 districts in 21 states. Women’s place in educational administration today grows out of a history of beliefs, events, and expectations about women’s right and ability to lead in schools and society. Although today wome. More). Barbara Beatty, Patricia A. Schmuck, ed. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1987. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 24 February 2017. Export citation Request permission.

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Women as educators in German-speaking Europe: The middle ages to today. In P. A. Schmuck (E., Women educators: Employees of schools in western countries (pp. 105–120). New York: SUNY Press. What’s happened to teacher? New York: Coward-McCann, In. oogle Scholar. Carter, S. B. (1989). Incentives and rewards to teaching.

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In all western countries, women have made lasting and significant contributions to the educational enterprise. Despite this, most books on schools overlook and ignore these contributions. The twelve chapters in this groundbreaking volume demonstrate that gender structuring in the schools is an international phenomenon.The first volume to focus cross-culturally on women educational professionals, this book brings together the voices and observations of women educators from nine Western countries. Included are descriptive data about the employment patterns of women in schools, historical accounts of women’s entrance to the public domain of teaching, analyses of women’s issues in teachers’ unions, and feminist analyses of the educational profession.
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