Transforming Teacher Quality in the Global South: Using Capabilities and Causality to Re-examine Teacher Performance

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Transforming Teacher Quality in the Global South: Using Capabilities and Causality to Re-examine Teacher Performance
A common story of teachers from the Global South portrays them as deficient, unreliable and unprofessional. However, this book uses an innovative Capability Approach/Critical Realist lens to reveal the causal links between teachers' constrained capabilities and their 'criticised' behaviours and offer nuanced, creative strategies for improvements.
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