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.
Lanham, Maryland :
Rowman & Littlefield,
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Table of Contents:
- 1. The 1960s and "Change"
- 2. A Two-Tiered System
- 3. Local Leadership
- 4. Classroom Teachers React to the Times
- 5. Special Education: Basis and Reform
- 6. Classroom Management in Special Education
- 7. Education Establishment System Failure
- 8. Teacher-Initiated Change That Has Stood the Test of Time
- 9. Poor Leadership in Real Time
- 10. Special Education as a Bureaucracy
- 11. IEP as Legal Document vs Classroom Teacher Day-to-Day Evaluations
- 12. The Teacher as Facilitator vs Goals and Objectives
- 13. Local Control of Education: A Beginning
- 14. Individual Instruction
- Epilogue: The Classroom Teacher
- About the Author
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