This study was designed to examine the formation of an informal organization of business and civic leaders and the lobbying strategies they employed to affect public education policy at the local government level.Said Wright, aThey had no clue on how to manage a bureaucracy like thata ( personal communication, June 8, 2008). Tim Sullivan also mentioned the issue of accountability as a reason for his stepping forward as one of the leaders forging the business and civic community ... school safety, per-pupil expenditures, operations and maintenance services, technology, and dropout and graduation rates.
|Title||:||Understanding Interest Group Strategies: A Case Study of Civic Leaders Collaborating with Local Government|
|Author||:||Robert I. Nomberg|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2009|