From 'rock stars' to 'hygiene factors': teachers at private accountancy tuition providers
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In this article, we examine the role, status and autonomy of teachers at English private accountancy tuition providers from 1980 to the present. We argue that, during this period, teachers transformed from ‘rock stars’ who enjoyed significant status and autonomy over their work to ‘hygiene factors’ in a largely standardised and commodified teaching environment. Growing cost pressures on tuition providers and an increasing emphasis on the quality and consistency of the learning experience are identified as significant factors in this transformation. We discuss these findings with reference to current developments towards corporatisation and marketisation in the English higher education sector.
|Number of pages||13|
|Early online date||27 Sep 2017|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Feb 2018|
- accounting education, accounting history, accountancy tuition, commodification, corporatisation, oral history