Spousal Conflicts of Interest

Lewis, Shana R.
August 2005
School Administrator;Aug2005, Vol. 62 Issue 7, p41
Clarifies the problem of conflict of interest inherent with romantic relationships in the school district workplace in the U.S. Existence of school laws prohibiting a public official from taking official action that would result in a personal financial interest for the public official; Condition that limits the participation of a public official in negotiating on the labor agreements governing the employment of other employees.


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