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CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION and COLLECTIVE BARGAINING that is GOOD FOR STUDENTS Philip E. Stern, Esq. Law Offices of Philip E. Stern, Esq., LLC 201-914-2415.

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2 CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION and COLLECTIVE BARGAINING that is GOOD FOR STUDENTS Philip E. Stern, Esq. Law Offices of Philip E. Stern, Esq., LLC Copyright 2014, Philip E. Stern, Esq.

3 1. The anatomy of a collective bargaining agreement. 2. How to administer the grievance procedure to ensure resolution at the lowest possible level. 3. Contract administration and educational governance: time to rethink some issues. 4. Training building-level administrators to administer the contract. 5. Preparing for collective bargaining. 6. Building-level feedback to ensure a student-friendly collective bargaining agreement. 7. How to bargain health benefits in light of Chapter 78 and the Affordable Care Act. 8. Methods of bargaining that fit your district. 9. Using a professional to bargain on behalf of the Board: costs and benefits. 10. The various stages of collective bargaining. 11. Charting a course forward….. 2 Copyright 2014, Philip E. Stern, Esq.

4 Contracts are historical documents that tell stories Be careful how you critique a contract Contracts are cut and paste jobs passed down through the ages. 3 Copyright 2014, Philip E. Stern, Esq.

5 Scenario: Your principal comes to you with the following: Teacher has been involuntarily transferred and alleges that she was not told about her transfer. She files a grievance. 4 Copyright 2014, Philip E. Stern, Esq.

6 Scope of negotiations Chapter 78 Evaluation (TEACHNJ) ACHIEVENJ 2% Cap 5 Copyright 2014, Philip E. Stern, Esq.

7 Lowest possible level How to write a response How to talk to people How to….. Training ….. 6 Copyright 2014, Philip E. Stern, Esq.

8 When does it start? Decisions to be made….. Who is at the table? What do you need? Brainstorming 7 Copyright 2014, Philip E. Stern, Esq.

9 Be specific For time…..for what? For PD……for what? and how? 8 Copyright 2014, Philip E. Stern, Esq.

10 Sunrise/sunset When to bargain Chapter 78 sunset issues Options for bargaining 9 Copyright 2014, Philip E. Stern, Esq.

11 Interest-based Positional Hybrids 10 Copyright 2014, Philip E. Stern, Esq.

12 Costs and benefits Copyright 2014, Philip E. Stern, Esq. 11

13 Preparation At the table bargaining Impasse—mediation Impasse – fact-finding Superconciliation ??????????? Copyright 2014, Philip E. Stern, Esq. 12

14 What do you want? Can you make the process meaningful…worthwhile? Questions/comments? Copyright 2014, Philip E. Stern, Esq. 13


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