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Collective Agreement Alberta Epsb

In 2017-18 and 2018-19, Edmonton Public Schools will provide $750,000 annually and in 2019/20$875,000 to determine available funds. The annual amount is provided in two equal instalments to the Association`s Edmonton Public Teachers Local 37. The first amount will be made available during the first week of activity in September and the second during the first week of activity in January (for the 2017/18 school year, the first amount will be made available within 30 days of the ratification of the collective agreement by both parties). a) TEBA and the association. b) The relevant councils. c) teachers covered by the collective agreement who are affected by the bonus. 1.2.6 Notwithstanding paragraph 1.1, this Agreement does not apply to people who teach at summer school, night classes or Council tutorials, unless provided for in paragraph 3.6.3. 4. The Board of Directors must forward the agreed CIF proposals to Alberta Education. The decisions of the CIF committee are not covered by this collective agreement. 14.1.1 Reasonable requests for leave and leave extension are granted by the head of the school, taking into account all the circumstances and interests of the school and the district.

These sheets and extensions can be made for any purpose, including the purposes that are dealt with elsewhere in this agreement. 2.6.1 In centralized table negotiations, representatives of the association and TEBA meet no later than 30 days after the announcement of collective bargaining. At the first meeting, the association and TEBA will exchange details of all requested changes. 4.1.1 The Committee may create new classes of teachers that are covered by this agreement. However, salaries and allowances for these new classifications must be obtained in agreement with the association before first assigning positions for advertising positions or the appointment of teachers under the new classifications. 16.3.1 This difference, referred to as the “claim,” must be submitted in writing, within 30 days of the discovery of the difference, to the superintendent of schools and the local`s executive assistant and to the association`s teacher social assistance coordinator. This complaint relates to the nature of the complaint, the clauses of that agreement, which were allegedly violated, and the solution requested. 16.7 By mutual agreement between the Board of Directors and the Association, each of the appointments provided for in this clause may be extended, but without mutual agreement, the inability of the grieving party to respect one of the time constraints implies the loss of the claim. 7.2.3 A teacher employed on a contract that ends when the school closes in June receives all benefits or salaries instead of the benefits he receives under that collective agreement, which is extended until the end of the school year. 2.5.2 If a strike or lockout begins during the central negotiations, the continuation of the collective agreement is suspended until an agreement on essential conditions is ratified in accordance with Section 11(4) PECBA or the central conditions are otherwise settled.

b) TEBA and the association may agree to proceed with an arbitration board composed of a single arbitrator instead of a three-member arbitration board. In this case, TEBA and the association will appoint a person who will serve as a single arbitrator within 15 days of operation, in accordance with the agreement reached with a single arbitrator. If it is not possible to agree on the person as a single arbitrator, each party may request in writing that the Director of Mediation Services indicate the required appointment.