Unionization of teachers has lead to major changes in education management, and in relations between teachers and school districts. This text looks at how teacher union contracts affect the workplace and educational reform, and how they might be revised to benefit the students, parents and public.
About the Author
Myron Lieberman is a Senior Research Scholar of the Social Philosophy and Policy Center. He is the author of numerous books on education, including Privatization and Educational Choice (1989), Public Education: An Autopsy(1993), and The Teacher Unions (1997).