Publisher: Veritas Books
John Sullivan outlines some of the leading ideas that appear to govern practice in Catholic schools. He examines the implications, dilemmas and value clashes that emerge from the use of competing models and metaphors for schools school as family, as business, as church, as political community and as academy. In mapping out the principal contours of catholic education, this book is intended to help teachers to make sense of the conflicting demands upon them and to offer a resource that aids them in the task of acting wisely, both in the classroom and in school leadership.
|Dimensions||20.6 × 14 × 2.21 cm|