11-27-05 response to macmillan

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Avilla 1 Ross Avilla Dr. Chris Nagel Philosophy 4401 January 27, 2005 Response to Macmillan’s “Ethics and Teach Professionalization” The main reason teachers want some kind of SEC, some kind of organization made up of teachers to both provide the ethics to guide themselves and the power to regulate their own behavior, is just to give them autonomy over the state. It does make sense that if teachers follow suit with other professions and open up their own formal system of self-restraint it will sort of be an extra guarantee to the public that teachers will be held ethically accountable and I think the public would get that and increase the amount of trust it would be willing to lend to teachers as a whole. I don’t think, however, that that would necessarily lead to the kind of professional autonomy that teachers want. For one, teachers just are not looked by the public at as professionals like doctors and lawyers are and I don’t really think they ever will be. As the article read, the position of
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PHIL 4401 taught by Professor Nagel during the Winter '05 term at CSU Stanislaus.

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