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ERIC Number: ED039645
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Oct-22
Pages: 10
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Significant Legislation Trends in Negotiations: Federal Law--State Law--No Law Situations.
Shannon, Thomas A.
Collective negotiations in education have become the subject of legislative proposals at Federal, State, and local levels. Congress is currently considering the NEA-proposed statute, "Professional Negotiation Act for Public Education, 1969," which would regulate employment relationships between boards of education and their professional personnel. States adopting legislation substantially equivalent to this NEA proposal would not be bound by the statute. Current trends in State legislation include attempts to provide legal frameworks for dealing with: (1) impasse resolution; (2) bargaining scope; (3) negotiation procedure; (4) student conduct and discipline; (5) administrator negotiations; (6) local teacher organization autonomy; and (7) negotiated contract time span. Where there is no State legislation governing employer-employee relations, school districts have introduced such techniques as multilateral bargaining and "fines" for employee violation of rules and regulations. (JH)
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Note: Outline of remarks at the Annual Conference of the Association of School Business Officials (Phoenix, Arizona, October 22, 1969)