Wednesday, June 6

Teacher Isolation

For much of the last century it was a commonplace of research into the professional lives of teachers that they invariably worked in isolation, behind closed doors, in the insulated environment of their own classrooms. This sociological circumstance became a central target for reformers who argued that if teachers’ work was deprivatized, or if schools were viewed as communities rather than as organizations, a variety of benefits would follow.

What happened?


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