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MAY 11, 2012 TENTATIVE AGREEMENT 2011-2014 Elgin Agreement.

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1 MAY 11, 2012 TENTATIVE AGREEMENT Elgin Agreement

2 ETA Bargaining Team Barb Bettis Bill Lucas Doreen Roberts Melissa Neace Missy Ross Noemi Hernandez Robert Kling Kathy Heikkinen Mary Kaleta Maritza Perez Kathryn Castle Joyce Houston Jack Janezic Members of the team include:

3 ETA Action Planning Team Gary Lorber Greg Guimon Jane Besch Jane Jorgensen Jim Krambeer Kiesha Williams Laura Newmeyer Michele Mullen Mike Basich Odalie Kelly Kathryn Castle Joyce Houston Members of the team include:

4 Top 10 Issues as identified by TA Survey Compensation: Salary Adult Collaboration Time Retirement Term of agreement Transformation Task Force Medical Insurance Site Committees / Professional Responsibilities SB7/PERA evaluation ratings What's a prep? Appendix F

5 Summary of Mediation Day 1 ETA team shared the list of issues identified by membership in the post-vote survey The District listened, asked clarifying questions, and asked for a proposal to consider addressing our indicated concerns The ETA team caucused and produced a proposal Day 2 The District responded to our proposal The ETA team reacted to the proposal and asked clarifying questions The two teams caucused and discussed next steps The federal mediator requested that we consider drafting a supposal addressing our continued concerns and acknowledging the Districts interests The ETA drafted and shared with the District a supposal for consideration Day 3 The District responded to the supposal Their response indicated they had heard many of the concerns expressed by the ETA Additional discussion ensued The ETA drafted an additional supposal that after some caucus time and group discussion was tentatively agreed to by both parties

6 Result of Mediation on the Top 10 issues Modified Compensation: Salary Adult Collaboration Time Transformation Task Force Clarified Appendix F Term of agreement Maintained Medical Insurance Retirement Site Committees / Professional Responsibilities SB7/PERA evaluation ratings What's a prep?

7 Result of Mediation on the Top 10 issues Modified Compensation: Salary TA Step and lane all three years % on base of schedule $3M retro pay on June 15 th ¾% on base of schedule $3.9M ¾% on base of schedule $3.8M

8 Result of Mediation on the Top 10 issues Modified Adult Collaboration Time TA 30 Minute block of time Intentional conversations about teaching and learning Expressly states that it can be within the school day Names applicable months Capped jointly-led meeting at 75 minutes Eliminates 2 nd meeting of the month Log form for record keeping

9 Result of Mediation on the Top 10 issues Modified Transformation Task Force TA Full ETA voice in development and approval Default component: If the ETA returns to work without a contract for : MS student contact time would be in line with HS District expressly stated that creating a later end time is not in their interest

10 Result of Mediation on the Top 10 issues Clarified Appendix F TA Status quo New Points Allocation increases with base salary rate

11 Result of Mediation on the Top 10 issues Maintained Medical Insurance Retirement Site Committees / Professional Responsibilities SB7/PERA evaluation ratings What's a prep? TA 90/10 Premium Sharing Financial recognition for service to the District Empowers members at the sites to own the work Affirms TAP system and complies with new laws Clarifies expectations for all

12 Facts not Fiction TRS contribution is salary The Board paid contribution is nearly 10% of your wages It is bargained and agreed to that the District pays this amount on your behalf The total amount is reported as Creditable Earnings to TRS Step/Lane/Insurance Premium Step alone amounts to $8.7M over the three year agreement Lane movement by our members accounts for approximately $700k per year Insurance Premium – 90% is paid for by the District, members pay 10% 2012 PPO Single is $7,764 for which members only pay $ PPO Family is $22,128 for which members only pay $2,213 Total number of administrators has decrease over the last 5 years Administrators returning to their position experienced a two year salary freeze from Reopeners Legislation being considered today in Springfield can shift $16M in TRS obligations to the District Cap-on-cap legislation has the potential of making our Agreement unaffordable to the District without another large scale reduction in force (RIF) Task Force Reopener provides all of our members a voice and a vote; not just the Board of Education

13 Action Team Recommended Timeline May 16 ETA RA takes action on the May 11, 2012 Tentative Agreement May 17 Additional member resources published online: Q&A and PowerPoint May 21 thru May 24 Section meetings based within sections with Head Rep and Bargaining Team support whenever possible May 30 Membership ratification ballot vote in buildings June 4 th Board of Education approval


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