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Those Good Gertrudes: A Social History of Women Teachers in America


reviewed by Doris A. Santoro — May 01, 2015

coverTitle: Those Good Gertrudes: A Social History of Women Teachers in America
Author(s): Geraldine J. Clifford
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore
ISBN: 1421414333, Pages: 496, Year: 2014
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: May 01, 2015
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17950, Date Accessed: 6/26/2017 11:38:56 AM

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  • Doris Santoro
    Bowdoin College
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    DORIS A. SANTORO is Associate Professor in the Education Department at Bowdoin College. Her recent publications include "'I Was Becoming Increasingly Uneasy About the Profession and What Was Being Asked of Me': Preserving Integrity in Teaching" in Curriculum Inquiry," "Good Teaching in Difficult Times: Demoralization in the Pursuit of Good Work" in the American Journal of Education and "Teaching's Conscientious Objectors: Principled Leavers of High-Poverty Schools" in Teachers College Record. She has co-edited a special issue of Studies in Philosophy and Education on philosophical inquiry pursued through empirical research. She is now working on a book manuscript tentatively titled Beyond Burnout: The Moral Sources of Teacher Dissatisfaction and developing a project on teachers' use of Twitter as a mode of moral commentary and resistance.
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