ERIC Number: ED042713
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970-Feb
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Coalitions, Negotiations and the ComField Model, Appendix E. Vol. II, A Plan for Managing the Development, Implementation and Operation of a Model Elementary Teacher Education Program.
Farr, Helen L. K.
After defining the terms to be discussed (coalition and negotiation), this paper considers in detail some of the kinds of coalition most relevant to the ComField model. The kinds of coalitions include those in professional education, such as professional associations and consortia; nonprofessional coalitions of citizen groups and student groups; and mixed coalitions such as union and management, parochial and public schools, federally stimulated coalitions, multi-level educational coalitions, and public and private coalitions. Implications for the ComField model, which is to include college students, college faculty members, educational specialists, public school personnel, state and federal officers, parents, and other community members are examined. A survey of related literature is grouped around a set of topics, which include 1) New York City decentralization and the Ocean Hill-Brownsville strike of 1968; 2) politicians and education on the local and state levels; 3) professionalism and unionism; 4) black teachers; 5) community-based coalitions involving teacher education, high school students private schools, and alternative public schools; and 6) government-industry-university coalitions. Related documents are SP 004 155 to SP 004 158 and SP 004 160 to SP 004 166. (MBM)
Descriptors: Administration, Agency Cooperation, Citizen Participation, Collective Bargaining, Elementary School Teachers, Federal Programs, Parochial Schools, Professional Associations, Public Schools, School Business Relationship, Student Organizations, Teacher Education, Teacher Education Curriculum, Teacher Militancy, Unions
Supt. of Docs., Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402 (HE5.87: M72/V2, Appendixes A-P, $2.25)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. Bureau of Research.
Authoring Institution: Oregon Coll. of Education, Monmouth.