Bureaucracy and Professionalism: The Evolution of Public School Supervision

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Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1991 - 212 עמודים
This work explains the rise and evolution of an occupational group in its efforts to professionalize, and offers an interpretive analysis of the factors that have historically shaped and influenced public school supervision.
 

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Introduction
13
The Bureaucratization of Supervision
35
Bureaucracy and School Supervision Antecedents for Current Practice
37
Superintendent as Supervisor
38
Influence of the Bureaucrats
53
An Intractable Problem for School Supervision
66
The Bureaucratization of Supervision
73
The Drive Toward Professionalism
77
Science and School Supervision
115
The Distinction between Supervision and Administration
118
The Democratic Impulse
120
The Problems of Efficiency Democracy and Science
124
The Status of School Supervision
126
The Alliance between Supervisors and Curriculum Workers The Quest for Professionalism Revisited
129
Curriculum as the New Supervision
135
The Society for Curriculum Study and the Joint Committee
140

From Cautious Optimism to Confirmed Despair The Supervisors Newly Found Status within the School Organization
79
Progressivism Educational Growth and the School Supervisor
80
Bobbitt and School Supervision
89
Teacher Rating as a Function of Supervision
94
The Attack on School Supervision
99
The Dubious Attempt to Improve Instruction
103
The Fall of Autocracy and the Emergence of Efficient Cooperative Democratic Methods and Scientific Supervision The Supervisors Dream
107
The Professional Orientation
110
The End of an Era
144
Bureaucracy and Professionalism Revisited
147
Notes
161
Bibliographical Essay
184
Bibliography
201
Index
209
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