Disclaimer Factors that promote or inhibit the implementation of e-health systems: Correspondence to Frances S Mair e-mail: Bulletin of the World Health Organization ; Enthusiasm for technological innovation around e-health among policy-makers and health officials has, however, not always been matched by uptake and utilization in practice.
Bargaining Highlights SDEA declared impasse yesterday after the District came to our last scheduled bargaining session with a meager wage proposal and no significant movement on class size, maternity leave or transfer rights.
Tentative agreements were reached on hours and special education. We will now request state-facilitated mediation.
Read below for additional details and full proposals. District Proposal Fails to Meet Educator or District Needs After ten months at the table, the District made their first movement on wages, and it was woefully inadequate.
The District also failed to make significant movement on our transfer rights, including non-cost items such as making the voluntary transfer process meaningful. The bottom line is that with what they brought to the table yesterday, the District failed to pass along state-allocated cost of living increases to educators.
The District failed to do what is necessary to attract and keep the best educators in our schools. The District failed to show educators the respect we deserve. And the District failed to avoid a bargaining crisis. New longevity stipends at years 18 and District-paid BTSA for new educators.
Experience credit in salary placement for Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists. Two additional workdays for nurses before school starts to perform necessary work to make sure kids are safe on the first day of school.
Leaves Three weeks of paid maternity leave. Class Size Protect the 36 secondary hard cap. Lower grades class size cap to Lower secondary PE class size to ensure the safety of our students.
Create a path to permanent contracts for CCTE teachers. Transfer A clear and meaningful process for members who want to voluntarily transfer. Expanded rights for leave replacement members to be rehired. Other core improvements contained in the full proposal below.
Term of Contract A two-year contract for this year and next year. In both articles, SDEA members fought back significant concessions proposed by the District, and won improvements that will benefit educators and students.
This is how elementary teachers get weekly prep time. New support plans for members who are having an assignment change or a classroom move.
Expand the role of the Governance Team regarding the schedule of modified days and the number of preps for secondary teachers.San Diego Education Association San Diego Mission Road Ste.
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