The parallel alienation of students from low-socioeconomic backgrounds and new teachers in the U.S. public school system

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2012
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Funkhouser, Earlena, author
Frank, Katherine, advisor
Morales, Juan, committee member
Souder, Donna, committee member
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The shift in focus from process-based to product-based education in United States public schools since the mid-twentieth century has degraded learning and teaching, compromised the student-teacher relationship, and caused parallel alienation from both learning and teaching, especially among students who are from low-socioeconomic backgrounds and new teachers.
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2012 Summer.
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