Joint Interpretation Bulletin No 1: Instructional and Assignable Time

Clarifications on the teacher instructional and assignable time provisions in the 2016-18 central table agreement have been issued by TEBA and the ATA.


Joint Interpretation Bulletin No 2: Part Time Teachers

TEBA and the ATA have issued clarifications on how instructional and assignable time provisions in the 2016-18 central table affect the assignments of part-time teachers.  Read the bulletin.

Joint Interpretation Bulletin No 3: Effective Dates

TEBA and the ATA have issued clarifications on which elements of the 2016-18 central table agreement will come into effect.  Read the bulletin.

Joint Interpretation Bulletin No 4: Reasonable Workday

A joint bulletin issued by TEBA and the ATA provides clarity related to a "reasonable work day" within the context of assignable time definitions in the 2016-18 central table agreement. Read the bulletin.






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