09 Avr 2021

Ephrata Area School District Collective Bargaining Agreement

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In 2007, the Ephrata Area School District employed 256 teachers. The average salary for teachers in the district was $50,677 for 180 days of work. [40] In addition to a defined benefit pension, health insurance, life insurance, visual insurance, dental insurance, compensation for continuing professional training, 10 paid sick days that accumulate, 2 paid personal days, 1 day of paid emergency leave and a variety of other benefits. In 2009, the district employed more than 420 teachers with a salary range of $45,985 to $141,395. [41] The average salary was 57,113 $US. [42] Staff on sabbatical continue to benefit from hospitalization and health insurance, life insurance, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, as well as dental and study insurance. Teachers receive a retirement bonus in 2010- 2015 of $180 per teaching year and $45 for each day of unused illness. The Board of Directors has granted the local union a maximum of eight (8) paid school days (four of which cannot be taken at the same time) per school year to allow staff members to participate in meetings or workshops (including the Pennsylvania State Education Association and the National Education Association Conventions). The union reimburses the school district for the current daily wage per day for each employee participating in the assembly or workshop[43] The publication of the abuse by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (Law 168) amends the Law of 10. March, 1949 (P.L.

30, No. 14), known as the « Public School Code of 1949, » to guide labour history verification processes and to monitor electronic information on public safety and criminal justice in relation to educators. As of December 22, 2014, an independent school or contractor (collectively referred to as a « recruitment institution ») cannot recruit a candidate for a position where the worker is in direct contact with children until the institution has complied with the employment history verification procedure described in Act 168. (24 pp. 1-111.1). Under Act 168, in addition to meeting existing employment requirements under the Public School Act of 1949 and 23 Pa.C.S. A recruitment agency must require a candidate, for any position where there is a possibility of direct contact with children, to complete Section 1 of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Sexual Misconduct or Abuse Disclosure Form to all employers covered by the following categories: (1).

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