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    Power, Knowledge, and the Rationalization of Teaching

    A Genealogy of the Movement to Professionalize Teaching

    David F. Labaree
    A genealogy of the movement to professionalize teaching is presented. Two aspects of the movement are analyzed--the efforts by teacher educators to raise their own professional status and the closely related effort by this same group to develop a science of teaching.

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    Summer 1992 Issue

    Abstracts

    Power, Knowledge, and the Rationalization of Teaching
    A Genealogy of the Movement to Professionalize Teaching
    David F. Labaree
    Thinking as Argument
    Deanna Kuhn
    A Pre-History of Educational Philosophy in the United States
    1861 to 1914
    James S. Kaminsky
    Teaching and Practice: Because You Like Us
    The Language of Control
    Cynthia Ballenger
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