Alan Newland asks, "how often do we consider what’s now expected of us legally, ethically and morally?"

20 October 2021

Alan Newland, author of Becoming a Teacher,  has written an article for teachwire

He says that, "In recent decades teaching has, like some other professions, become increasingly ‘professionalised’ through the imposition of inspection regimes, accountability models, statutes of legal responsibility, codes of ethics and practice and the regulation of competence and conduct."

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