‘I am not the teacher!’: some effects of remodelling the roles of teaching assistants in English primary schools

@inproceedings{Butt2009IAN,
  title={‘I am not the teacher!’: some effects of remodelling the roles of teaching assistants in English primary schools},
  author={Graham Butt and Ann Lance},
  year={2009}
}
Remodelling the roles, responsibilities and working practices of all school staff has been central to the government's modernisation agenda for English state schools. This is typified by a determination to review and change the distribution of tasks undertaken by teachers and teaching assistants (TAs). Whilst there has been a substantial increase in the numbers of TAs employed in schools there is still a lack of clarity about their roles and about the impact of remodelling on the working lives… CONTINUE READING

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