Role Models in Education (Symposium Introduction)Articles and Chapters
AbstractIt is our hope that by assembling these papers in one place, the Review will contribute to future policy debate on the importance of role models in education. Moreover, the papers' findings may have even broader importance. In many respects, the relationship between teachers and students can be viewed as analogous to the relationship between supervisors and employees. If the race, gender, and ethnicity of teachers "matter," so may the race, gender, and ethnicity of supervisors in the employment relationship. These papers thus suggest analogous types of research that could be profitably undertaken that relate to the employment relationship.
Citation InformationRonald G Ehrenberg. "Role Models in Education (Symposium Introduction)" (1995)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ronald_ehrenberg/172/