Teacher Unions and the Teaching Workforce: Mismatch or Vital Contribution?
by Nina Bascia — 2004
This chapter draws attention to two of the major and unique contributions teacher unions have made to the quality of the teacher workforce over the past several decades. It draws from more than a decade of research on U.S. and Canadian teacher unions’ roles in both the backwaters and the frontiers of educational reform.
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