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The present paper argues that the lack of attention to mentoring in teacher education reflects Marx’s notion of hidden labor in economic systems. The article draws on discussions from an American mentor teacher advisory council to illuminate otherwise marginalized aspects of mentors’ work. The authors conclude that “intersection contexts”, where the voices of various constituencies in the mentoring of pre-service teachers can be heard, should be developed.
Updated: Dec. 06, 2011