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Trending Toward Reform

Trending Toward Reform

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Trending Toward Reform:
Teachers Speak on Unions and the Future of the Profession
By Sarah Rosenberg and Elena Silva with the FDR Group
Trending Toward Reform:
Teachers Speak on Unions and the Future of the Profession
By Sarah Rosenberg and Elena Silva with the FDR Group

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Published by: jointhefuture on Jul 11, 2012
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education sector reports
By Sarah Rosenberg and Elena Silvawith the FDR Group
Trending Toward Reform:
 Teachers Speak on Unions and theFuture o the Proession
We would like to thank the Farkas Duett Research GroupThe FDR Group designed the study, moderated the ocusgroups, crated the questionnaire, and analyzed the data Inparticular, we would like to thank Ann Duett whose expertknowledge and thoughtul insight ensured that our reportreects the views o the 1,101 teachers surveyed Thanksalso to Jennie Herriot-Hatfeld, who provided valuableresearch assistance, and to Susan Headden and RobinSmiles or their careul editing and infnite patience Finally,we would like to thank all o the teachers who participated inthe ocus groups and completed the surveyThe Joyce Foundation provided unding or this project Thefndings and conclusions are those o the authors alone anddo not necessarily represent the opinions o the oundation
is a policy analyst at EducationSector She can be reached atsrosenberg@educationsectororg
is a senior policy analyst at Education SectorShe can be reached atesilva@educationsectororg
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