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TEACHER ISOLATION AND THE NEW REFORM

@inproceedings{Flnders2005TEACHERIA,
  title={TEACHER ISOLATION AND THE NEW REFORM},
  author={DavidJ Flnders},
  year={2005}
}
This reaffirmation of teachers has been a leading factor in the development of recent strategies for school improvement The reports by the Carnegie Task Force and the Holmes Group are two prominent examples of proposals aimed specifically at problems within the teaching profession. These reports are significant in that they have helped place teaching squarely at the center of current educational policy and debate. The focus of this article-teacher isolation-has remained largely in the shadows… 

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