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A Study on The Career Ladder Programs of The Teachers of Primary and Secondary Schools in Taiwan
Wen Cheng Chen Ph. D
career ladder program of the teacher
advanced study for teachers
Abstract Teachers’ qualification affects the success or failure of education. In Taiwan, the most important issues for both elementary and secondary schools would be how to encourage teachers to improve their teaching professional and quality which also cause considerable influences on teachers’ self-development and students’ right to education. In the draft of ‘Regulations for formulating Career Ladder Program of Teachers of Primary and Secondary Schools, and Preschools’, teachers are classified into four categories. If the draft is enacted by the Legislative Yuan, teachers’ statuses in society and professional field will be varied as well as the school structure and power distribution will be smashed. However, the career ladder program is an inevitable trend in domestic educational circumstance yet. Accordingly, this study aims at following objects: To probe in the basic theories of the career ladder program. To understand and learn from the career ladder programs of advanced countries. To analyze the career ladder program in Taiwan. To explore the possible responses when the career ladder program takes effect. Through analysis of pertinent literature and comparative method, this study compares the career ladder programs of advanced countries with of Taiwan and then discusses and clarifies some possible problems that may encounter after the program carries on. Afterwards, we get conclusions as: first, the career ladder program for high school teachers has its rationales and second, the program that the Ministry of Education has drawn up has some blind spots. In addition, in view of the mentioned research results, various recommendations are proposed for reference by education authorities in their promotion of further policies as well as suggestions for follow-up researches.
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