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ERIC Number: ED021341
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Feb-21
Pages: 14
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The Superintendent and Grievance Procedures.
Kleinmann, Jack H.
Grievance adjustment between teachers and administrators is viewed as a misunderstood process. The problem is treated under four main headings: (1) Purposes and characteristics of an effective grievance procedure, (2) status of grievance procedures in education, (3) relationship of grievance procedures to professional negotiation procedures, and (4) pertinent topics related to the grievance adjustment process. Appropriate grievance procedures are regarded as essential to the effective operation of a school system, whether or not a professional negotiation procedure is in effect. Related topics include the small-sized school system, the "open door" policy, the grievance rate, roles of participants in the grievance process (principal, arbitrator, school board, grievance representative), and the question of exclusive representation. (JK)
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Note: Paper presented to the annual meeting of the American Assn. of School Administrators (Atlantic City, N. J., Feb. 17-21, 1968).