The silent voice in education : the importance of involving classroom teachers /

"The education establishment in America must move to a better recognition of the value of classroom teacher evaluation of the education structure"-- Provided by publisher.

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Main Author: Troiano, Vincent B., (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, [2019]
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Main Author:Troiano, Vincent B., author.
Summary:"The education establishment in America must move to a better recognition of the value of classroom teacher evaluation of the education structure"-- Provided by publisher.

The Silent Voice in Education express much of the inefficiency that has affected classroom instruction, especially in the area of special education. Ideas are presented that will help bring back the influence of the classroom teacher in the decision-making process of school boards of education. Concepts concerning improvement in the delivery of instruction to special education students, especially those involved in resource rooms, are also presented. Education needs classroom teachers to once again have a meaningful voice in what they teach and how they teach it. Book jacket.

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Physical Description:pages cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN:9781475848441 (cloth ; alk. paper)
1475848447
9781475848458 (pbk. ; alk. paper)
1475848455
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Vincent B. Troiano taught for the Old Bridge Township School System for thirty-six years grades 4-6 for nine years and special education for twenty-seven years. His special education teaching career began in self-contained classes working with students identified as emotionally disturbed; concentrating on learning disabilities was an outgrowth of the experience.

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