Occupational Control in Education: The Logic and Leverage of Epistemic Communities

@inproceedings{GLAZER2015OccupationalCI,
  title={Occupational Control in Education: The Logic and Leverage of Epistemic Communities},
  author={JOSHUA L. GLAZER},
  year={2015}
}
  • JOSHUA L. GLAZER
  • Published 2015
Most current approaches to improving teaching and learning in American public schools rely on either market pressures or bureaucratic controls to leverage performance. In this article, however, authors Joshua Glazer and Donald Peurach examine occupational control as a third approach, whereby the internalization of norms, technical language, and practices among educational professionals drives coordination and knowledge generation and supports the implementation of ambitious instruction. To… CONTINUE READING