Building Morale in Teachers of the Deprived
by Irving R. Melbo & David W. Martin - 1967
The areas of greatest concern to administrators, as they view the role of teachers, frequently encompass a range of behavior that can be subsumed under the rubric, morale. This is especially true when they work with teachers in depressed urban areas, and most observers have stressed the presence of low morale among these teachers.
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