Education Policies and Changes in the Teaching Profession
This Sisyphus — Journal of Education thematic issue, “Education Policies and Changes in the Teaching Profession”, aims to present a set of empirical-based studies focused on the effects of the ongoing changes in education policies on the restructuring of the teaching profession. More precisely, from Latin American geographies, the issue shows how teaching profession reconfiguration has been operated in the context of the processes of transnational governance in education.
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