The Brief History and Politics of Teacher Led Schools

P. S. Myers

Abstract


Teacher-led, teacher-run, and headless schools are a relatively new reality in American public schooling.  This literature review looks at the work around teacher-run schools and tries to contextualize the theory, history, and opposition to this movement in education.  With little academic writing in the field, this work engages periodicals beyond the peer review process in hopes of providing a well-rounded view and a floor for future scholarship on the topic.

Keywords


teacher-led schools, teacher-run schools, charter schools

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