The Outcome of Impasse Procedures in New York Schools Under the Taylor LawArticles and Chapters
AbstractThe effectiveness of New York’s Taylor Law, and of the Public Employment Relations Board established under it, may be measured in a number of ways. One is to see whether it does, in fact, eliminate strikes of public employees. Another is to compare the results of mediation and fact-finding under the Board’s auspices with settlements arrived at without intervention of PERB. The authors, who are engaged in a broad study of the latter kind, present some of their findings as they relate to the public school system during 1969 and 1970.
Citation InformationJohn E Drotning and David B Lipsky. "The Outcome of Impasse Procedures in New York Schools Under the Taylor Law" (1971)
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