Corpus ID: 154058857

Among School Teachers: Community, Autonomy, and Ideology in Teachers' Work

@inproceedings{Westheimer1998AmongST,
  title={Among School Teachers: Community, Autonomy, and Ideology in Teachers' Work},
  author={Joel Westheimer},
  year={1998}
}
A compelling and thoroughly readable account of two middle schools -- one urban and one suburban-that attempt to build communities which will foster student growth and learning. This book shatters prevailing beliefs and furthers our understanding of the ways in which teachers' relationships impact their work and their lives in schools. 
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