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Document Number: 3620

Teachers’ Professional Lives: A View from Nine Industrialized Countries - In addressing its own teacher quality concern, the United States should take a closer look at how Japan professionally supports, motivates and compensates teachers, according to a survey conducted by the Council for Basic Education's Schools Around the World program. The survey discusses teaching conditions in eight countries: France, Portugal, Australia, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, the Czech Republic, Japan and Germany. (Carol F. Stoel and Tin-Swe Thant, Council for Basic Education and Milken Foundation, 2002)...


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