1. Teaching duties and preparation periods(a) Administrators are encouraged to engage teachers in joint preparation periods. Teachers will exercise professional judgment by using preparation time to advance professional work and promote greater effectiveness in the classroom and collaborate with their peers on teaching practices. b) The preparation time for college teachers is at least the weekly equivalent in total minutes of three hundred and sixty (360) minutes for counselors and two hundred and seventy (270) minutes for non-counselors. If a college teacher loses more than the equivalent of one hundred and eighty (180) minutes of preparation during a school year, he or she must restore the time for each additional lost preparation time within thirty (30) calendar days of each lost preparation time. c) Each primary school teacher receives at least two hundred and twenty-five (225) minutes of preparation per week, in addition to break and lunch hours. If possible, a preparation time should be at least forty-five (45) minutes and in no case less than thirty (30) minutes. Preparation time should be spread out as evenly as possible over the week, as far as planning allows. Regularly appointed teachers replace teachers who use their preparation time. Teachers do not need to be present when teachers of subjects such as art, music or physical education teachers work with their students.
This time should be used for teacher-facilitated preparation. d) If a primary school teacher loses a preparatory period during a school year, he shall restore the time, except that it is only for the first four (4) preparatory periods lost during a school year that he has the possibility to restore this preparatory period or to receive a salary equal to the extracurricular compensatory rate applicable for the lost preparatory period. (e) Teachers of subjects shall be regularly assigned to the teaching of their subject in the classrooms, the lunch period and the hours of preparation being the time allotted to other teachers in the school for these purposes. f) One hundred (100) hours at the extracurricular rate shall be allocated to each primary school each year of this Agreement to remunerate teachers who served as sponsors of the security patrol during a year of school service on September 1, 1996. This assignment is frozen; and if a teacher acting as a security patrol sponsor leaves his or her position for any reason, the director and the construction committee may agree to establish a new security patrol sponsor position. This security patrol sponsor is entitled to the number of hours at the extracurricular rate agreed to by the Main and Building Committee. g) One hundred and twenty (120) hours at the extracurricular rate are allocated annually to each primary and institutional school to pay teachers who participate in approved after-school programs. h) During each school year, an allowance of forty thousand four hundred and four (40,404) hours is allocated at the extracurricular rate in addition to the hours allocated to points (f) and (g) for approved after-school programs. This overtime is distributed among all primary schools according to the size of their respective faculties. i) In each secondary school, each teacher has at least two hundred and twenty-five (225) minutes of preparation each week. If a teacher loses more than one hundred and eighty (180) minutes of preparation time during a school year, he or she must restore the time for each additional lost preparation time within thirty (30) calendar days of each lost preparation time.
j) If a long meeting takes place in a secondary school, each period of the day is shortened instead of cancelling a period. (k) If a teacher is obliged to perform a task during a preparatory period, he must receive the reason for doing so in writing before the request or at the latest the day after school.2. Service rolls(a) In the spring of each year, the principal of each school develops the master plan or list for the following school year. If changes are made between the provisional and final lists, all teachers concerned will be informed. The number of grades or subjects to be taught is limited to three (3). The number of different lessons to be prepared within the grade level, depending on the grade level and the type of class, is limited to four (4), unless the number of teachers assigned to a department makes such restrictions impossible. (k) To the extent administratively feasible, a teacher with the appropriate qualifications shall have the opportunity to teach classes of different grades and levels of performance. This President must not teach more than twenty-two (22) periods per week and must not have a classroom. If a President-in-Office leaves this post for any reason, he does not need to be replaced. p) Each chair of the department is remunerated on the basis of a thirteenth (13) step-by-step plan. The President`s base salary must be two (2) levels higher than the level for which he would be paid if he were not the head of department. 8.
Once a school has been designated as a Renaissance school, all teachers in the school are forcibly transferred, and up to eighty percent (80%) of teachers who apply to the school as part of the site selection process can be rehired. 1. Workers may be required to attend the same meetings as teachers outside the normal working day. 2. If a substitute teacher for the daily allowance acquires the status of long-term teacher, no deduction shall be made from the long-term replacement salary due to a difference between the daily rates of the two (2) classifications. (a) Principals will communicate with the advisory teachers assigned to teachers in their building regarding the Principal`s observations on teachers in the RAP (e) Any deviation obtained will remain in effect for a full school year up to a maximum of three (3) years. After that, the waiver will be maintained, modified or revoked by a majority (more than 50%) of the relevant employees in a school who vote according to the above procedures….