NZ J Educ Stud (2018) 53:147–149 https://doi.org/10.1007/s40841-017-0098-8 BOOK REVIEW Between the Profession and the State: A History of the New Zealand Teachers Council, by Noeline Alcorn (2015) NZCER Press, Wellington, NZ. 221 pp., ISBN: 978-1-927231-59-3 NZ$44.95 9 (soft cover) 1,2 Helen May Received: 9 November 2017 / Accepted: 13 November 2017 / Published online: 18 November 2017 New Zealand Association for Research in Education 2017 The delay between the publication of this book in 2015 and this review written in late 2017 allows some perspective and distance from the demise of the NZ Teachers Council (NZTC) and the rise of the new Education Council of Aotearoa New Zealand, still ﬁnding its place in the current landscape of teaching and education, as did its predecessor and the earlier Teacher Registration Board (TRB): all within the space of 25 years. This commissioned history by the NZTC in anticipation of its demise is very much recent history. There are challenges to impartially document and analyse the story in which the key players are present and often active in education politics. Although, unlike histories of long ago the author has had the beneﬁt of oral insight as well as full access to documents.
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Published: Nov 18, 2017
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