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Table of Contents for Collective Bargaining in Education

INTRODUCTION
Jane Hannaway and Andrew J. Rotherham
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CHAPTER ONE
The History of Collective Bargaining among Teachers
Richard D. Kahlenberg

CHAPTER TWO
Union Membership in the United States: The Divergence between the Public and Private Sectors
Henry S. Farber

CHAPTER THREE
Scapegoat, Albatross, or What?: The Status Quo in Teacher Collective Bargaining
Frederick M. Hess and Andrew P. Kelly

CHAPTER FOUR
The Costs of Collective Bargaining Agreements and Related District Policies
Paul T. Hill

CHAPTER FIVE
The Effects of Collective Bargaining on Teacher Quality
Susan Moore Johnson and Morgaen L. Donaldson

CHAPTER SIX
Are Teachers Unions Good for Students?
Dan Goldhaber

CHAPTER SEVEN
Teachers Unions and No Child Left Behind
Paul Manna

CHAPTER EIGHT
The Educational Value of Democratic Voice: A Defense of Collective Bargaining in American Education
Leo Casey

CHAPTER NINE
The As-Yet-Unfulfilled Promise of Reform Bargaining: Forging a Better Match between the Labor Relations System We Have and the Education System We Want
Julia E. Koppich

CHAPTER TEN
Union Power and the Education of Children
Terry M. Moe

CONCLUSION
Jane Hannaway and Andrew J. Rotherham

NOTES
ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS
INDEX

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