The Superintendent, the School Board and Collective Negotiations
by Edward B. Shils & C. Taylor Whittier - 1967
The authors are responding here to a prevalent view that a Superintendent ought to "stay out of trouble" when the problem of negotiations arises. Quite the contrary, they say; the Superintendent must define a firm leadership role for himself and function as a strong executive, not simply as a middleman between the teacher organization and the school board.
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