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Bargaining Under the New Law. How did we get here? October 2010: ETA members ratify extension of CBA to June 30, 2014 February 2011 : SB 1 (collective.

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1 Bargaining Under the New Law

2 How did we get here? October 2010: ETA members ratify extension of CBA to June 30, 2014 February 2011 : SB 1 (collective bargaining) and SB 575 (teacher evaluation and compensation) pass July 1, 2011: New laws take effect; school corporations with expiring CBAs must comply by July 1,

3 How did we get here? January 2013: Joint EVSC/ETA committees begin development of new evaluation system September 2013: ETA Bargaining Team meets to begin preparations for negotiations November 2013: Evaluation pilot begins 3

4 What is next? Winter 2013/Spring 2014: Informal bargaining with EVSC begins March/April 2014: Evaluation system finalized following conclusion of pilot Late Spring / Summer 2014: PD on new evaluation system for teachers and administrators June 30, 2014: CBA expires August 1, 2014: Formal bargaining begins per Indiana statute 4

5 Subjects of Bargaining (IC ) The following topics may be collectively bargained under the law: Salary and wages Includes the amounts of pay increases available to employees under the adopted salary scale Salary and wage related fringe benefits, including accident, sickness, health, dental, vision, life, disability, retirement benefits, and paid time off 5

6 Prohibited Subjects of Bargaining (IC and IC ) The following topics may not be collectively bargained under the law: School calendar Teacher dismissal procedures and criteria Teacher evaluation procedures and criteria Restructuring options available to a school corporation when a school fails to meet state or federal accountability standards 6 Length of Contract (IC ) A contract may not extend past the end of a state budget biennium

7 Subjects of Discussion (IC ) Curriculum development and revision Selection of curricular materials Teaching methods Hiring, evaluation, promotion, demotion, transfer, assignment, and retention of certificated employees Student discipline Expulsion or supervision of students Pupil/teacher ratio Class size or budget appropriations Safety issues for students and employees in the workplace, except those items required to be kept confidential by state or federal law Hours 7

8 Evaluation and Compensation (IC ) A teacher rated ineffective or improvement necessary may not receive any raise or increment for the following year. Increases or increments in a salary scale must be based upon at least two of the following factors: Years of service and/or additional training (not more than 33% of any increase or increment) Evaluation results Instructional leadership roles Academic needs of students in the school corporation 8

9 Stay Informed Go to Click on Teacher Evaluation 9 Components of Final Evaluation (IC ) Objective measures of student achievement and growth to significantly inform the evaluation Student test results on a statewide test Methods for assessing student growth in non-tested areas Student test results from locally developed or other assessments for non-tested areas Observations and other performance indicators


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