ERIC Number: ED103967
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974-May
Reference Count: N/A
Status of Collective Bargaining in Illinois Schools, 1973-74: The Implications for Management. Research Report No. 302.2.9.
Booth, Ronald R.
Comparing bargaining and nonbargaining Illinois school districts, this survey presents computer organized data in eight categories: characteristics of the responding districts, board-teacher relationships, economic benefits for teachers, language, procedures, Illinois Association of School Boards services, the future, and priorities for collective bargaining programs and services. Discussion in each section deals with area comparisons and State totals. The data reveal that nonbargaining districts have a greater range of policy involvement but that bargaining districts have slightly higher salaries, greater fringe benefits, and more help from State organizations. The concluding discussion examines the implications of collective bargaining for public policy and school management in Illinois. (Author/DW)
Descriptors: Collective Bargaining, Elementary Secondary Education, Employer Employee Relationship, Fringe Benefits, Grievance Procedures, Health Insurance, Negotiation Agreements, Negotiation Impasses, Salaries, School Districts, State Surveys, Tables (Data), Unions, Wages
Illinois Association of School Boards, 330 Iles Park Place, Springfield, Illinois 62718 ($5.00, Quantity discounts, Payment must accompany order)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Illinois Association of School Boards, Springfield.