Teachers’ Work in Canadian Aboriginal Communities

@article{Wotherspoon2006TeachersWI,
  title={Teachers’ Work in Canadian Aboriginal Communities},
  author={T. Wotherspoon},
  journal={Comparative Education Review},
  year={2006},
  volume={50},
  pages={672 - 694}
}
  • T. Wotherspoon
  • Published 2006
  • Political Science
  • Comparative Education Review
Public school teachers, regardless of where they work, face ongoing challenges to balance sensitivity to the social and learning needs of the communities they serve with pressures to meet broader labor market, social, and political objectives. Contemporary educational reforms have jeopardized that balance by calling on educators to elevate learning capacities for all groups in a more efficient and effective manner while simultaneously containing tensions induced by social and economic… Expand
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