Preface; Acknowledgements; PART I: EDUCATION, TEACHING AND PROFESSIONALISM; Chapter 1: Teaching and education; Chapter 2: Professions, professionalism and professional ethics; Chapter 3: Teaching and professionalism; PART II: EDUCATIONAL THEORY AND PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE; Chapter 4: Educational theory misapplied?; Chapter 5: Different faces of educational theory; Chapter 6: Teaching and competence; ART III: PROFESSIONAL VALUES AND ETHICAL OBJECTIVITY; Chapter 7: Professional values and the objectivity of value; Chapter 8: Rival conceptions of education; PART IV: ETHICS AND EDUCATION, MORALITY AND THE TEACHER; Chapter 9: Educational rights and professional wrongs; Chapter 10 Aims of education, schooling and teaching; Chapter 11: The moral role of the teacher; PART V: PARTICULAR ISSUES; Chapter 12: Ethical issues concerning the role of the teacher; Chapter 13: Ethical issues concerning education and schooling; Bibliography; Index.
"[Carr's] analytic scalpel dissects complex moral dilemmas in education....Dogmatic social theorists may reject his premises and solutions. Most other readers will find much wisdom in them."-"Choice