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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54278
Doc. No:TL24232
Call number:‭3299639‬
Main Entry:Muhammad Sabir
Title & Author:The impact of conditions of work in urban schools on outstanding African American and European American teachersMuhammad Sabir
College:The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Date:2007
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2007
Page No:201
Abstract:This study determines the impact of burnout on teachers who have completed the alternative certification requirements of the Metropolitan Multicultural Teacher Education Program (MMTEP). These teachers were considered to have outstanding potential based on the criteria set by the MMTEP directors at the time of admissions. The data were gathered from a voluntary group of twenty teachers. Interviews were designed to document respondents' ideology regarding urban teaching and the ensuing developmental changes which occurred in their thinking and behavior in high stress urban schools on ten African American and ten European American teachers. Data was collected via personal interviews in an effort to determine the impact of ethnicity on burnout. The major findings were that all participants suffered major burnout and that both groups identified similar caused and reactions. Burnout began as early the sixth year in some cases. In rank order, respondents identified the causes of burnout in first, inadequacies in themselves and second inadequacies in themselves and third inadequacies in the children or parents. Limitations of the study include the small sample size, the absence of males in the sample and the focus on one school district.
Subject:Social sciences; Education; African American teacher; African-American; Burnout; Burnout in urban school; Conditions of urban schools; European American teacher; European-American; Impact of teacher and urban school; Outstanding teachers; Urban education; Work conditions; Black studies; School administration; Curriculum development; 0514:School administration; 0325:Black studies; 0727:Curriculum development
Added Entry:M. Haberman
Added Entry:The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee