The attached file is our current contract. This contract ends on August 31, 2016. We are in a negotiating year. Watch for announcements from AEA and your building rep concerning negotiations.
AEA meets the 3rd Tuesday of the Month. Minutes will be posted here after they are approved at the following month's Rep. Council meeting.
Liaison starts in your home building. Issues may then go to Disrict Liaison which is held monthly on the 1st Wednesday of the month.
You can check on your currect salary with the document below. Both the state and local scales are on the document.The amounts are combined to give you the total salary you earn for your position/years of
experience/education level. See the attachment below:
The following documents detail the most recent AEA bylaws and policy manual. These documents govern the operations of the association.
A "grievance" is a claim by an employee or the Association that the terms of the contract have been violated, misinterpreted, or misapplied, with the result being an employee's rights being abridged. There are four possible levels to a grievance, which are defined and detailed in the contract (Article 3.6).... The following document(s) include not only the official grievance form, but also further explanation of the process and how a grievance/arbitration hearing is handled.
A "concern" is defined as a written claim stating a disagreement between an employee and the employer concerning any aspect of the employment relationship that cannot be resolved informally. The process for submitting a "concern" form is detailed in the appendix of our teaching contract. This is the form an employee must use if they wish to file an official “concern” with the Human Resources Dept.
If a member requests that an exception to the contract terms be established in order to solve a unique issue, the building principal will request a contract waiver in writing (see Appendix D). The Superintendent or designee will meet with the Association President(s) to review the waiver request and try to reach a mutually agreeable position. If a mutually agreeable position cannot be reached, the terms of this Agreement shall remain in force.
This is the EPER pay scale. Find the position, identify what letter classification it has, then match that up with the pay-table to determine how much it pays. Remember that the pay is determined by the “class” of the position and the number of years an individual has held the position.