Grievance Arbitration in K-12 Education Cases: Do Selected Case Characteristics Make a Difference?

Perry A. Zirkel and Chad C. Miller

DOI: 10.2190/7H0N-V9MD-J5H8-WHUA


Based on a sample of 244 published grievance arbitration awards, this study revealed some commonly identified case characteristics--grievants gender and status--were not significantly related to case outcomes, whereas others-- multiple versus single grievants, attorney representation, and issue category--were.

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