In recognition of the centenary of Claremont this issue of the Australian Journal of Teacher Education is devoted to the history of teacher education. The four articles selected for this edition provide a miniature of key issues and enduring themes in the history of teacher education in Australia. They delineate debates about the balance of theory and practice in courses, the politics of decision-making, the importance of networks, the influence of individuals and nature of teacher professionalism.
Trotman, J. (2003). Editorial. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 28(1). https://doi.org/10.14221/ajte.2003v28n1.1