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ERIC Number: ED036885
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Oct-10
Pages: 29
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Differentiated Staffing.
Earl, S.A.
Creating more differentiated, specialized work roles within teaching can be viewed as a response to a structural lag in school systems. Organizationally, differential staffing attempts to correct inefficient use of human resources by providing a more individualized program to maximize the use of teacher talent. This paper discusses aspects of differential staffing, the advantages and disadvantages of differential teaching assignments, and examples of programs that have been described in recent literature. (MF)
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Note: Paper delivered at Western Canada Administrators' Conference (Banff, Alberta, October 10, 1969)