Congress eyes organizing curbs
- Rep. Goodling performs balancing act between politics, personal views. Pitsch, Mark // Education Week;6/21/95, Vol. 14 Issue 39, p17
Features US Representative Bill Goodling, chairman of the House Economic and Educational Opportunities Committee. Goodling's status in the Republican Party; Party conservatives' comments about Goodling; Pressure on Goodling from the party's leadership.
- No tax on productivity awards. // Personnel Journal;Jun93, Vol. 72 Issue 6, p116
Reports on legislation introduced by Representative William F. Goodling of Pennsylvania on employee productivity awards. Classification of awards of as much as $500 as nontaxable or exempt from taxation.
- Person to watch. // NEA Today;Feb95, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p6
Reports on the appointment of United States House Representative William Goodling as the chair of the House Economic and Educational Opportunities Committee.
- Goodling seeks to reshape education debate. // Education Week;2/7/96, Vol. 15 Issue 20, p15
Reports on House educational panel chairman Bill Goodling's efforts to influence the way both Republicans and Democrats approach the debate over public schooling. Opening of the second congress with a hearing on successful public schools; Democrats and Republicans' response to Goodling's cause.
- Partisan politics put Goodling in tight spot on E.S.E.A. vote. Pitsch, Mark // Education Week;10/12/94, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p20
Reports on the difficult political position of Congressman William Goodling with the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Conflict of Goodling with fellow Republicans; Opinion of educators towards Goodling.
- The politics of testing. Shenk, Joshua Wolf; Gest, Ted // U.S. News & World Report;09/15/97, Vol. 123 Issue 10, p47
Examines how Representative Bill Goodling, a moderate Pennsylvania Republican and ex-school superintendent is leading a drive to bar federal funding for national academic achievement tests. The proposal of President Bill Clinton that the tests be required for fourth and eighth graders; Why...
- OK, Bill, make up your mind. // National Journal;1/11/97, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p55
Reports on the constant modifications made by US Congress member William F. Goodling in his committee.
- The changing workplace stirs up overtime-pay debate. Laabs, Jennifer J. // Personnel Journal;May95, Vol. 74 Issue 5, p12
Reports on US Representative William F. Goodling's proposal that would require companies to abandon the 40-hour workweek as the basis for overtime pay. Obsolescence of laws on overtime pay; Opportunity for employees to voluntarily swap overtime pay for compensatory time off.
- Goodling amendment would make members of Congress liable to labor and civil rights laws. Laabs, Jennifer J.; Keller, Donald R. // Personnel Journal;Aug94, Vol. 73 Issue 8, p93
Reports that the House Education and Labor Committee unanimously accepted a Congressional coverage amendment introduced by Representative William Goodling to the Federal Employee Fairness Act. Full coverage of members of Congress and their staffs under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act,...