Labor relations in education policies, politics, and practices by Todd A. DeMitchell

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StatementTodd A. DeMitchell
ContributionsAssociation of School Business Officials International
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LC ClassificationsLB2335.875.U6 D46 2009
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Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL24461510M
ISBN 109781607095835, 9781607095842, 9781607095859
LC Control Number2009031843

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