Melanie Baker Robbins (@melne518) is an advanced doctoral student of International Education Policy at the University of Maryland, College Park and Academic Coordinator and Instructor in the Intensive English Program at Western Carolina University in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. She has a master’s degree in TESOL and has been an English language teacher since 2008. Her research interests include teachers and the teaching profession, education in rural and mountainous areas, and education in Central and Eastern Europe and Eurasia.
Written by Melanie Baker Robbins
This blog post presents two major critiques of the SABER-Teachers domain: The World Bank’s inconsistent use of empirical evidence in order to promote policies that reflect its ideological biases related to teachers and the teaching profession, and the way the SABER-Teachers domain framework paper serves to de-professionalize teachers.#SABERexposed "Teachers in the World Bank's SABER", by Melanie Baker Robbins.