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At the time, teachers were not well respected or well paid. Schoolmasters nearly all teachers and pupils in the system were men were hard to come by and usually poorly educated themselves. Those who did have an education or teaching experience often ditched their careers early on for more lucrative professions until women took over the profession in the s. Women were much less likely to leave their teaching jobs, as there were few other professional options for them. That made Lancasterian schools and Bell or Lancaster-Bell schools, named after a nearly identical system invented by Andrew Bell around the same time particularly attractive to school boards.
The system put the brunt of the work on monitors, not teachers.
In Early 1800s American Classrooms, Students Governed Themselves
Over time—and especially after the 19th-century reformer Horace Mann introduced the idea of professionalized education, common curricula and age-based class grouping—the idea died out. Monitors were relegated to halls and passes. At the time, though, it seemed like an opportunity.
Any education was better than none—even if a monitor, not a teacher, passed it along. But if you see something that doesn't look right, click here to contact us! Twice a week we compile our most fascinating features and deliver them straight to you.
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She said that she had made the choice to stand up for what was right and that she shared a "personal image of my body to show how I have been stigmatized as a woman. Miranda said that instead of thoroughly investigating how her selfie was obtained by a student, the school district discriminated against her because she was a woman and she had breasts.
Miranda recalled the superintendent telling her, "How can I put you in front of a classroom full of boys where they can pull out their phones and look at this image of you? That I'm a woman?
Miranda said that while she was concerned about how an old selfie sent privately only to a male teacher was obtained by a student, she did not know how it got out and did not want to point fingers at anyone. Miranda said she wanted to focus on the bigger picture of what her lawsuit means for gender equality and celebrating women's bodies.
They really blame women for being women. They make us out to be sexual deviants, instead of seeing us as appreciating the beauty of ourselves," Miranda said. She said that the superintendent could not dictate that she wasn't a role model for students.enter
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Publisher: Routledge , This specific ISBN edition is currently not available. View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Synopsis About this title This edited volume poses the multi-faceted question: What does it mean to be a teacher?