The Advent of the Street Level Bureaucrat in the Classroom — New Challenges for Graduate Urban Management Education– by Stephen G. Harding

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“Labor agreements, archaic management practices and outdated human resource class and comp requirements set the stage for this wave of new, somewhat reluctant, graduate students. Beyond their own job performance, they have to demonstrate more. Even for long term-seasoned professionals, no new credential means no promotion and no pay raise. They’ve hit the career and compensation ceiling. As a result, some students are very candid about having no choice. The system forced them into the classroom.”

https://patimes.org/the-advent-of-the-street-level-bureaucrat-in-the-classroom-new-challenges-for-graduate-urban-management-education/

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