A Teachers' Union Revisits Its Association Roots
by Robert M. McClure — 1992
Is labeling of teachers' associations indicative of something more than a fad? Does this self-perception of the nation's largest teacher organization relate to the current efforts to renew schools? Does it embrace new ways of thinking about how teachers can play a role in getting schools right for the students presently in them? I will make the case here that there is such a relationship and that this change of perception will impact positively on the improvement of American schools.
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