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Teacher's guide to ADHD, Reid, Robert, and Johnson Joseph , What works for special needs learners, 2012, New York, p.274, (2012) Abstract
A teacher's guide to education law, Imber, Michael, and Van Geel Tyll , 2010, Volume 4th, New York, p.349, (2010) Abstract
Teacher's guide to effective sentence writing, Saddler, Bruce , What works for special needs learners, 2012, New York, p.176, (2012)
Teachers and reform: Chicago public education, 1929-1970, Lyons, John F. , The working class in American history, 2008, Urbana, p.287, (2008)

"Drawing on archival as well as rich interview material, John F. Lyons examines the role of Chicago public schoolteachers and their union, the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU), in shaping the policies and practices of public education in Chicago from 1937 to 1970."

Teachers as learners, Feiman-Nemser, Sharon , 2012, Cambridge, Mass., p.329, (2012)
Teachers as learners: critical discourse on challenges and opportunities, Kwo, Ora, and SpringerLink , CERC Studies in Comparative Education, 2010, Volume 26, Dordrecht ;New York, p.349, (2010)
Teachers as researchers : qualitative inquiry as a path to empowerment, Kincheloe, Joe L. , Rutledge education classic edition series, 2012, Volume Classic, London ; New York, p.279, (2012) Abstract
Teachers as servant leaders, Nichols, Joe D. , 2011, Lanham, Md., p.117, (2011) Abstract
Teachers in Anglophone Africa : issues in teacher supply, training, and management, Mulkeen, Aidan , Development practice in education, 2010, Washington, DC, p.199, (2010)
Teachers in the Middle: Reclaiming the Wasteland of the Adolescent Years of Schooling, Smyth, John, and McInerney Peter , (2007)

"There is a profound and deepening crisis afflicting secondary schools in most parts of the world—but at its essence it is a crisis of a very different kind from the one portrayed by the media, the business community, politicians, and policy makers. Just what constitutes the crisis is highly problematic. What is being constructed for us through a concerted "conservative assault" and a "new authoritarianism" is one of failure by young people, their schools, and their teachers. But as with any moral panic, there are undisclosed interests and agenda operating, and they are not those of the people most directly affected, in this case young people. This book tackles those myths head-on. Through a multi-layered portrait analysis of young lives, adult lives, and school lives this book shows how schools, teachers, and young people are re-inventing themselves against the damaging prevailing educational policy discourses. Teachers are "in the middle" in all kinds of ways—they are a group who are continually being disparaged, pilloried, and denigrated by politicians and the media; they are caught in the shifting tectonic plates of capitalism as schools are increasingly required to do economic work; and they are continually mediating the emotional, social, and intellectual intersections between schools, society, classrooms, and young lives. Teachers in the Middle provides a critique as well as hope and possibility as schools engage pedagogically with the maelstrom in which they find themselves."

Teachers in the process of nation building, Onuigbo, Okonkwo , 2009, Volume 2nd, Aba, p.106, (2009)