Date of Award
Specialist in Education (Ed.S.)
Dr. Kenneth Burkholder
Collective bargaining by governmental employees and their employers is a reality in many divisions of state government. As of 1972, twenty-eight of the fifty states had enacted laws governing the process of collective bargaining between the state and its public employees. Seventeen of these twenty-eight states had separate and specific provisions in their laws for the process of collective bargaining between public school teachers and their boards of education.
Townsend, Samuel Morley, "A Study of the Role of the Superintendent of Schools in Teacher Negotiations in Class "C" and "D" School Districts in Nebraska" (1972). Student Work. 2596.