The School of Education
Its Mission, Faculty, and Reward Structure
©1999 Textbook 161 Pages
This book discusses the identity and future of the school of education by exposing the internal and external tension the school experiences. Within the school of education, faculty members are frustrated by the alienating nature of the reward structure. Outside the school of education, there is a public dissatisfaction with its conduct and performance. The school of education must heed Dewey's admonition made one century ago, reorient itself, and proudly reclaim its lost identity.