Fostering Teacher Growth
by Paul T. Rankin - 1955
Teaching is coming of age as a profession. It is being used less frequently by men as a stepping stone to other careers or by women as an interim occupation before marriage. Men increasingly tend to stay in the teaching profession. Women, in most sections of the country, no longer find that marriage means an automatic resignation; rather do they continue to teach, although they may take some years off to have and to rear their children.
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