Note on Organized Labor in U.S. Public Education Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Surveys the history, structure and activities of the two dominant U.S. teachers unions - the National Education Association (NEA) and the American Federation of Teachers (AFT). NEA and AFT are about 90% of public school teachers and the U.S. is growing rapidly, as it is widely legalization of collective bargaining between public sector workers since the 1960s. Focused on noncontroversial data associated with the growth and functioning of the AFT and NEA. Gifts, but does not evaluate the policy debate and research, covering the effects of the trade union movement on student achievement and other attributes of the American public education system. Includes bibliography. "Hide
by Stig Leschly 14 pages. Publication Date: July 22, 2003. Prod. #: 804018-PDF-ENG

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