Etfo Agreement 2020

The contract guarantees the single teacher model, full-time kindergarten educator model for the entire year of the agreement and says there will be no changes in primary school sizes. ETFO issued a statement on the interim agreement in which union president Sam Hammond said the negotiation process that led to Friday`s development was “long and difficult.” Last night, On Monday 2 November 2020, etet members voted in favour of ratifying our provisional local agreement… Education Minister Stephen Lecce had also sought concessions on a regulation requiring a halt to seniority issues, but while the agreement does not involve such concessions, there is also no guarantee that the government will not be able to make any changes to it. READ MORE: The Ontario Elementary Teachers` Union, the province reachs an interim agreement After months of barganing, the union representing Ontario`s public primary teachers and the province has reached an interim agreement. Education Minister Stephen Lecce today officially announced the looming agreement with ETFO and associated agencies. ETFO residents will now work with their respective school boards to negotiate local collective agreements. ETFO obtains interim agreements at centralized negotiating tables. @etfopresident said: “We are very grateful for the unwavering support and solidarity of our members and public opinion who continue to work for public education…┬áREAD #onpoli #Onted The agreement also includes an $89 million two-year student support fund that ETFO says will create approximately 434 teaching positions to address areas such as specialized pedagogy, English learning and mental health initiatives. Education Minister Stephen Lecce said he was “pleased” with the interim agreement, which includes teaching assistants and the school board foundation board. “Our government is pleased to announce an interim agreement between the Crown, teachers and education workers and school board associations,” Education Minister Stephen Lecce said in a statement.

In short, collective bargaining protects your rights as education workers. Read your collective agreement again today. Their local collective agreement is full of rights, rights and protection from arbitrary treatment. “ETFO will next week review the details of its interim central agreements and the ratification process with local leaders and ETFO members.” ETFO is the second of four teachers` unions to have tentatively agreed with the province and is following a winter of rotating strikes and work-by-law actions by teachers whose contracts expired last summer.