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ERIC Number: ED055996
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
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Training, Recruitment and Utilization of Teachers in Primary and Secondary Education. Country Case Studies: Austria, Greece, Sweden.
Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris (France). Directorate for Scientific Affairs.
This one of a series of studies on the training, recruitment, and utilization of teachers in member countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. This volume deals with Austria, Greece and Sweden. The section on Austria (134 pages) has chapters on the demand and supply of teachers from 1950 to 1965; teacher legislation and the school reform of 1962; the demand for teachers from 1965 to 1975; teacher training in Austria; teacher shortages and teacher recruitment, salaries, career prospects, working conditions, and social position; future teacher supply; teachers in the framework of all highly skilled personnel; and teacher productivity. The section on Greece (122 pages) is in French with no translation. The chapters deal with factors influencing the supply and demand, the training of teachers, the recruitment of teachers, career opportunities and working conditions and methods of increasing the "productivity" of the teacher. The section on Sweden (140 pages) has chapters on the demand and supply of teachers, allocation of manpower to the educational sector, teacher training policies, recruitment policies, career possibilities and conditions of work, and improvement of teaching. Related documents are SP 005 358 through SP 005 361 and SP 005 363 and SP 005 364. (MBM)
Descriptors: Career Opportunities, Educational Legislation, Teacher Education, Teacher Effectiveness, Teacher Promotion, Teacher Recruitment, Teacher Salaries, Teacher Supply and Demand
OECD Publications Center, Suite 1305, 1750 Penna. Ave., N. W., Washington, D. C. 20006 (single copy $5.00)
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Authoring Institution: Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris (France). Directorate for Scientific Affairs.
Identifiers: Austria; Greece; Sweden