European Journal of Teacher Education volume 6, issue 1, P31-40 1983 DOI: 10.1080/0261976830060104 View full text
Ken Green

Abstract: For anyone who is in any way responsible for formulating responses to the problems with which teacher education in England and Wales is currently beset, the history of the last ten years makes remarkable reading. This article will examine some of the priorities for training which were being given prominence in the early seventies and will indicate the stark contrasts between such expressions of intent and the reality of what followed. It will be seen that the problems identified in the early seventies can sca…

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