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ERIC Number: ED070437
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Oct-27
Pages: 16
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[Collective Bargaining in Junior Colleges.]
Hankin, Joseph N.; Angell, G. W.
Two papers comprise this document: "Alternatives to Collective Bargaining" and "Collective Bargaining in Two-Year Colleges: Problems and Trends." The first paper, by Joseph N. Hankin, presents the thesis that there is no alternative to collective bargaining but that attention should be focused instead on who represents the faculty on which issues. The major potential bargaining representatives (faculty senate, AAUP, NEA, and AFT) are examined, and the conclusion is reached that, since the few differences between them are growing smaller, it does not matter which is chosen as bargaining representative. Fifteen issues involving working conditions and educational policies are listed as examples of the problems over which faculties must decide who has authority. The second paper, by G. W. Angell, presents in outline form: (1) objectives of the public employees' fair employment laws; (2) analysis of 1972 (spring) working conditions for faculties in New York State Community colleges; (3) current bargaining issues (teaching load, office hours, leaves with pay, tenure, special expenses, insurance, and retirement provision); (4) areas of concern (questions concerning the college's ability to retain its integrity in the face of internal and societal pressures); (5) common goals (possibly trends); and (6) obstacles. (KM)
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Note: Papers presented at conference sponsored by the Junior College Council of the Middle Atlantic States on Collective Bargaining in the Community College