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Teacher networks - today’s and tomorrow’s challenges and opportunities for the teaching profession

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This book deals with the evolving role of the teaching profession and the role of teacher networks in response to changing skill needs in society. It argues that teachers can be the main change agents for reforms of education, provided they are well supported and enabled to do so.


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