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Teachers' organizations have asked federal and state labor boards to adopt rules for classifying department chairmen different from those used in the nonacademic context, arguing, in part, that teachers are capable of performing their professional duties without supervision and that the chairman is essentially an equal who represents his colleagues to the administration. 4 While such rules for classifying department chairmen have not yet been adopted, many teachers and school administratorsdoi:10.2307/1599121 fatcat:zeqwb7dl6nc63fbi7mlsrt4gqe