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    Teaching as a Profession

    The Rochester Case in Historical Perspective

    Christine E. Murray
    The question of teacher professionalization has long been debated. An analysis of teacher professionalization is presented using a case study of the Rochester (New York) City School District, which suggests that education policy has been partially shaped by the meanings attached to teaching as profession at any given time.

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    Winter 1992 Issue

    Abstracts

    Challenging Venerable Assumptions
    Literacy Instruction for Linguistically Different Students
    Maria de la Luz Reyes
    Teacher Research as a Way of Knowing
    Susan L. Lytle and Marilyn Cochran-Smith
    Labels, Literacy, and Enabling Learning
    Glenn's Story
    Colleen M. Fairbanks
    Teaching as a Profession
    The Rochester Case in Historical Perspective
    Christine E. Murray
    A Hearing Teacher's Changing Role in Deaf Education
    Patricia J. Saylor
    Teaching Narratives
    A Source for Faculty Development and Evaluation
    Diane R. Wood
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