Planning for Higher Education Journal

Effective Use of Resources: SCUP 11 in Retrospect

Faculty Collective Bargaining: Impact on Planning
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From Volume 5 Number 5 | October 1976
By Fred E. Crossland

The recent trend toward faculty unionization, according to Fred E. Crossland, Program Officer of The Ford Foundation's Higher Education and Research Division has at long last provided an opportunity for both ends of the academic spectrum to reevaluate their respective planning roles. The collective bargaining process, which has served to sensitize faculty and administration alike, should eventually lead to more cooperative--and effective--institutional planning. The following article has been adapted from the author's presentation at the SCUP 11 Conference.

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