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Megel, Carl J.

Overview
Works: 24 works in 28 publications in 1 language and 66 library holdings
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings 
Roles: Author
Classifications: E178.M52,
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Most widely held works about Carl J Megel
 
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Most widely held works by Carl J Megel
Address by President Carl J. Megel to the 45th annual convention of the American Federation of Teachers, August 14, 1961 by Carl J Megel( Book )

3 editions published in 1961 in English and held by 24 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Guide for legislative action and state collective bargaining laws( Book )

1 edition published in 1974 in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

An AFT guide for AFT legislative action and state collective bargaining laws by Carl J Megel( Book )

2 editions published between 1970 and 1972 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A report by president Carl J. Megel and administrative staff to the convention of the American Federation of Teachers, Detroit, Michigan, 1962 by Carl J Megel( Book )

2 editions published in 1962 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Teacher's guide to legislative action by Carl J Megel( Book )

1 edition published in 1968 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

AFT President's Office: Carl Megel Records by American Federation of Teachers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection contains correspondence, clippings, speeches, reports, meeting materials and publications related to the activities of Carl Megel while he was president of the AFT, director of legislation and in charge of Retiree networks. The papers have information the integration of AFT locals, loyalty oaths, academic freedom, education legislation, and retirement of teachers. Important correspondence include Albert Shanker, Walter P. Reuther, David Selden, George Meany, and George Counts
A report by Carl J Megel( Book )

1 edition published in 1956 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

[The American Federation of Teachers] by Carl J Megel( Recording )

1 edition published in 1962 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

[Albert Hayes interviewed by Carl J. Megel and Marie L. Caylor, on As we see it] by Albert J Hayes( Recording )

1 edition published in 1957 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Address of Carl J. Megel to the 48th annual convention, American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO by Carl J Megel( Book )

1 edition published in 1964 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Merit rating educationally unsound : why teachers oppose it by Carl J Megel( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A report by Carl J. Megel, president, to the convention of the American Federation of Teachers, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1955 by Carl J Megel( Book )

1 edition published in 1955 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

AFT Office of the President Records by American Federation of Teachers( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The records of the AFT's office of the President Collection consist of minutes, correspondence, reports, publications and other materials documenting the union's activities in organizing and servicing affiliates, improving teaching conditions and influencing legislation affecting education and social issue during the presidencies of Charles Cogen and David Selden. Important subjects in the collection: Collective Bargaining -Education -United States; Education -Bilingual; Educational Change; Education -Curricula; Educational -Finance; Education -Special Education; Education -Law and Legislation; Education and Crime; National Education Association; More Effective Schools Program; Oceanhill-Brownsville; Professional Employees-Labor Unions-United States; Public Employee -Labor Unions -United States; School Children -Transportation -United States; Segregation in Education -United States; Sexual -Discrimination; Schools -Discrimination; Strikes and Lockouts -Teachers -United States; Strikes and Lockouts -Newark -New Jersey; Strikes and Lockouts -San Francisco -California; Teachers -Job Stress; Teachers -Los Angeles -California; Teachers -New York City -New York; Teachers -Political Activity; Teachers -United States; Teacher Centers; Working Class -Education. Important correspondents in the collection: Joseph Alioto; Israel Kugler; Si Beagle; Harry V. Lerner; Thomas H. Bell; John Mallan; Andrei Braconier; S.P. Marland; Rondald H. Brown; Emil Mazy; Joseph Cascella; George Meany; Charlie Cogen; John Otting; Marcel DuVall; Bayard Rustin; Walter Davis; Walter Reuther; Paul Feldman; Milton Schuebel; Sandra Feldman; Albert Shanker; Jack Golodner; Leon Skull; James Hazlett; Jerry Wurf; Harold Howe II; Belle Zeller; Hubert Humphrey. Series Description: Series I, General Subject Files: General Subject files contain correspondence, memos and reports, and minutes. Subseries A: AFL-CIO general correspondence, general correspondence with AFL-CIO unions and the AFL-CIO departments. Subseries B: Colleges and Universities, general correspondence and invitations to speak at US colleges and universities. Subseries C: Boards of Education, general correspondence and reports from various state boards. Series II, AFT Office Files: Correspondence, memos, reports, conference materials, speeches, articles. Subseries A: AFT Departments Subseries B: AFT Staff Unions, National Representatives, Directors Subseries C: Vice Presidents Subseries D: Conferences, Committees and Meetings Subseries E: AFT State Federation and AFT Councils. Series III, David Seldens' Articles, Testimonies, Letters and Speeches Seldens' materials, congratulation letters to his presidency Subseries A: Newark Strike and Jailing correspondence to and from Selden, memos, reports, articles. Series IV, AFT Subject Files: General subject materials pertaining to AFT policy, mission and activities. Series V, Locals: General correspondence and materials to and from the AFT to locals. Part II: Part II has information about this growth internally and externally, the social issues of the day and how it effected teachers and the labor movement. There is great amount of information on organizing non-public school, especially parochial schools; the merger talks with the NEA and the teacher unity caucus; freedom of speech issues for teachers in the Pickering files. Part II also has more information about busing and desegregation, the battles between the AFT and AFSCME as well as the internal issues facing the AFT with growth, power and issues that it had to face over Vietnam and democracy within the union. Important Subjects: Busing; Collective Bargaining -Public Employees; Desegregation; Free Speech; Parochial school unions; San Antonio v Rodriguez; School Finance; Strikes -Public Schools; Strikes -Universities and Colleges; Teacher Participation; Teacher Union Merger; Vietnam; Welfare; Women's Rights. Important Names: David Elsila; Edward McElroy; George Fisher; Ken Miessan; Marjorie Stern; Nat Hentoff; Raoul Teilhet. Part II: Series Description: Series I: AFT, 1963-1974: AFT records are a variety of materials related to the operation of the AFT. The series consists of correspondence, reports, memos, clippings, etc. There is a substantial amount of information on the AFT's organizing especially with non-public schools. The CNR Miesan files is a grievance filed by Mr. Miesan against the AFT, Miesan ran for president of the AFT in 1970s violating his contract with the AFT. Pickering correspondence relate to a three and a half year old cou rt battle that ended in the US Supreme Court concerning freedom of speech by schoolteachers. Series II: Congressional and Government Correspondence and Testimony, 1965-1974: This series contains testimony that Selden gave in front of various congressional committees about public education, labor law reform, bussing and the San Francisco State college strikes. The series consists of transcripts and some correspondence. Series III: National Education Association, 1968-1974: NEA series contains correspondence, clippings, and reports with and about the NEA. Considerable effort was made by the AFT in researching the NEA under the files Jim Lerman Project. Series IV: Publishers and Publications Correspondence, 1967-1974: Series contains correspondence and clippings from newspapers and journals. The correspondences are usually responses to articles about teachers unions. There is information on Selden's pitch to publish books as well as the lawsuit against Simon and Schuster for pub lishing "Teachers and Power" by Robert Braun. Series V: Subjects, 1967-1974: Subject series are correspondence, reports, clippings and other materials dealing with the subject file. Of note are the files that deal with AFSCME and the AFL-CIO
 
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English (28)