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Collective bargaining1

Meet-and-confer2

No specific agreement3

15.5

10.4

74.1

Table 11. Table 11.

Among districts with more than one school, percentage distribution of public school districts, by specific agreements with principals' associations or unions and selected public school district characteristics: 2007-08

Selected public school district characteristic

All districts with more than one school

Percentage distribution of districts that had a specific agreement with a principals' association or union

11.6

6.8

81.6

15.2

10.1

74.7

21.5

11.3

67.2

17.3

14.6

68.1

17.7

21.9

60.5

18.3

22.0

59.8

28.8

14.8

56.4

11.8

9.3

78.9

9.5

6.5

84.0

District size 2-3 schools 4-5 schools 6-9 schools 10-19 schools 20 or more schools

Community type City Suburban Town Rural

3.3 7.2 16.8 21.9 22.4 17.6

1.7 4.8 10.8 12.4 15.5 20.0

95.0 88.1 72.4 65.7 62.1 62.4

22.1 14.9 8.0 5.3

11.3 11.4 8.3 8.4

66.6 73.7 83.7 86.4

District K-12 enrollment Less than 250 250-999 1,000-1,999 2,000-4,999 5,000-9,999 10,000 or more

asked about principal salary schedules, specific agreements with principal unions, principal hiring, number of contract days for principals, principal tenure, or training programs for aspiring school administrators. Estimates in this table are based on 68 percent of all districts. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey (SASS), "Public School District Data File," 2007-08.

! Interpret data with caution. The standard error for this estimate is equal to 30 percent or more of the estimate's value. Collective bargaining agreements are legally-binding agreements. Meet-and-confer discussions are for the purpose of reaching non-legally-binding agreements. This category includes both no agreements and other agreements that do not meet the precise legal definitions of collective bargaining and meet-and-confer agreements. NOTE: Districts with only one school, including single traditional public schools and public charter schools that operate independently of a regular school district, were not 1 2 3

80.0

10.6 !

Percent of K-12 students in district who were approved for free or reduced-price lunches 0-34 35-49 50-74 75 or more District did not participate in free or reduced-price lunch program

9.3 !

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