“Potentially, principals in these small schools will earn less than teachers in large schools in leadership positions.” Some principals have raised serious questions about how we encourage them to become headteachers when some teachers earn more money than they do,” Kaye said. The start and expiry dates of a collective agreement are agreed by both parties during the negotiations. (c) the collective agreement for secondary school teachers applies to RTLBs which, after January 28, 2012, no longer fall within the scope of point 1.4 (a) of this collective agreement (but which were covered as of January 27, 2012) and who accept a job in the new leading vocational school as long as they remain employed as RTLB by this main employer and remain members of the association. Access current collective agreements and their relevant key dates. The ministry remained available for a meeting with NZEI to discuss how the offer could be “repackaged in the existing envelope for primary principles.” Collective agreements are available to most workers in the state-integrated education sector. “I think a lot of schools will really, really struggle to find someone to make that leap.” Rural school principals are also at a disadvantage, Green said. 1.5.2 Workers whose work is covered by the hedging clause of this agreement and who join the association during the currency of this contract are bound by this agreement from the date on which they joined the association. 1.5.1 New workers whose work is covered by the clause of this collective agreement are informed of the existence of this collective agreement and have the opportunity to join the association and thus be bound to that contract. However, she said the government had not paid attention to the need for principals to have a pay parity with their secondary colleagues. (d) “worker” or “teacher”: any person within the meaning of point 1.4 of this agreement who is or is bound by this agreement: Article 53 of the Employment Relations Act 2000 provides that an expired collective agreement may continue to be bribed for an additional 12 months, provided that the union or employer has entered into negotiations to replace the collective agreement before the expiry of the period.
“These principals are in our small schools with fewer than 100 students. After three years, the principals of these schools would have moved to a minimum wage of $102,898 – an additional $15,000,” Holsted said. I think communities across our country will be concerned because the vast majority of schools in this country are smaller schools,” Green said. (i) “Kahui Ako” is also known as school and learning communities. As part of the “Investment in Educational Success” initiative announced in 2014, a group of schools approved for the acquisition of resources under the “Investing in Educational Success” initiative announced in 2014 is authorized. The terms of an employment contract must be respected.