Teacher Specialization and the Growth of a Bureaucratic Profession
by Stephen T. Kerr — 1983
Entitlement legislation, demographic trends, and increased status and control over a student constituency have encouraged teachers to specialize. This trend can lead to bureaucratization and fragmentation of the profession. Specialized professional services should be provided in a way that recognizes client involvement in decision making.
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