Women Educators: Employees of Schools in Western Countries by Patricia A. Schmuck

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Through its bishops' councils and the inspecting clergymen sent out by them, the church also continued to have the responsibility for the literacy and religious education of the ordinary Finnish-speaking rural populationin other words, the vast majority of the Finnish people. But a discussion and Page 24 even some experimentation concerning the need for a broader and deeper elementary education for all was already going on. This discussion was coupled with the ever louder demands for the right to use Finnish, the national language of the people, in administration and in secondary and higher education.

SCHMUCK Page 1 INTRODUCTION PATRICIA ANNE SCHMUCK Although women professionals have predominated in numbers, if not authority, in all formal educational systems of the Western world, their contributions have received scant attention in the history, sociology, or philosophy of education. The study of teaching and educational administration has been carried out without consideration for the concept of gender. Women as active participants in the profession have been ignored. This book pays attention to the roles taken and the tasks performed by women as teachers, administrators, and members of professional associations in eight different Western countries.

Susan Klein. : Johns Hopkins University Press. W. Charters Jr. and Richard Carlson, eds. (1981). Educational Policy and Management: Sex Differentials New York: Academic Press. Page 16 Schmuck, Patricia (1980). Sex Equity in Educational Leadership: the Oregon Story. : Education Development Corporation. Schmuck, Richard, and Philip J. Runkel (1985). Third Handbook of Organized Development in Schools. : Mayfield Press. Schuster, Marilyn, and Susan Van Dyne (1984). " Harvard Educational Review 34, no.

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