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close this bookThe Importance of Posting in Becoming a Teacher in Ghana (CIE, 2000, 46 p.)
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View the documentMulti-Site Teacher Education Research Project (MUSTER)
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View the documentChapter 3: A theoretical framework: Bureaucratic initiation, professional socialisation and teacher thinking
close this folderChapter 4: The posting system: rational system or ''Unsavoury ritual''?
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View the document4.1 The posting form
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close this folderChapter 5: Why do teachers report?
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View the document5.1 Self-advancement and study leave: teaching as a ''stepping stone''.
View the documentChapter 6: Posting: A year on
View the documentChapter 7: Conclusion: A review of the problems and some possible solutions
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MUSTER
Multi-Site Teacher Education Research Project
sponsored by DFID

Centre for International Education
University of Sussex Institute of Education

John Hedges
June 2000

Ghana
Lesotho
Malawi
South Africa
Trinidad &
Tobago

Address for Correspondence

Centre for International Education
University of Sussex Institute of Education · Falmer · Brighton · Sussex ·
BN1 9RG · UK

T +44 +1273 678464
E cie@sussex.ac.uk
F +44 +1273 678568

MUSTER Discussion Paper 13
ISBN 0 905414 36 5
© John P Hedges