Reclaiming the Classroom by Trenton Goble
How America's Teachers Lost Control of Education and How They Can Get It Back

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ABOUT RECLAIMING THE CLASSROOM With increasing pressure to conform to state mandates and drive test scores, today’s K-12 educators may feel like they have little control in their own classrooms. The individual needs of the student—and the indispensable role of the teacher—can take a backseat to bureaucracy and so-called progress, making teachers accountable to high-stake test scores, not to what matters most: student learning. Despite all the inaccurate and negative rhetoric about teachers in America, there is still a way to reinstate teachers as the most vital source of classroom innovation and change the trajectory of K-12 education. Reclaiming the Classroom traces society’s journey from trust to fear around education in general and teachers in particular, offering a road back to professionalism, autonomy, and respect.

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Published January 21, 2016 by MasteryConnect. 147 pages
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And there is another person: a teacher, whose job it is to get through and not only inspire that student to want to learn, but to figure out how that particular student learns and use that method, whatever it turns out to be, to help her learn what she needs to know.

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