Class Wars: The Story of the Washington Education Association 1965-2001
Class Wars is the story of the colorful and often controversial people who transformed the Washington Education Association from a staid professional association ruled by school administrators into the state's most powerful public-sector labor union. Based on internal documents and more than sixty interviews, this book chronicles how teachers and other education employees took control of the WEA and advanced the common cause of members, school children, and education reform throughout Washington state. Authors Steve Kink and John Cahill are former WEA officials who not only witnessed this revolution but often played leadership roles as it unfolded. They describe this important chapter in state education history with candor, humor and insight. Class Wars is required reading for everyone with a stake in the future of Washington's public schools.
Specifications of Class Wars: The Story of the Washington Education Association 1965-2001
|Author||Steve Kink, John Cahill|
|Number Of Pages||224|
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