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TOWARD A COLLABORATIVE FUTURE
Robert N. Bush
Teacher Education Quarterly
Vol. 13, No. 1, Who Should Educate Our Teachers? (WINTER 1986), pp. 47-50
Published by: Caddo Gap Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23474711
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Robert N. Bush, professor emeritus with the Center for Educational Research of the School of Education at Stanford University, describes a growing challenge to the traditional college and university role in teacher education as well as problems with school district involvement in professional preparation activities which he has observed during ongoing field research. From the advantage of years of teaching, research, and writing, he says the answer lies in effective collaboration among all parties interested in teacher education.
Teacher Education Quarterly © 1986 Caddo Gap Press