Due Process and Bargaining Rights in Public Education.
Interim technical rept. May 73-Jan 74,
WHARTON SCHOOL OF FINANCE AND COMMERCE PHILADELPHIA PA
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This study has a twofold purpose. The first is an examination of the forces and factors which have shaped the potential for collective action among public school teachers in the United States--a group which, like the military, traditionally has not been regarded as likely a candidate for organization. The second is an examination of the impact of collective activity on the structure of managerial decision-making and the scope of managerial authority in the school context...a context which features some of the same bureaucratic and institutional constraints found in the military. Modified author abstract
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