Laboring toward a new compact on schools

Wilms, Wellford W.
October 1996
Education Week;10/02/96, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p44
Focuses on politician Bob Dole's conviction on teachers unions. Public education and cultural issues; Principles of management-labor relations; Educational reform concerns.


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