Ok, so what happens when a position is NOT filled by a "member in excess" (which does not explain how or why "members who have been brought to 3020-a" and "members who are ATRs for no reason" are included in the ATR pool)?
Answer: nothing, we probably wont hear of it because vacancies are not posted or revealed.
Then, what is the "Joint Oversight Committee" and who is on it? When and where are meetings held? Are any NYC Department of Education personnel involved?
Answer: still waiting
Please answer within 5 days.
From: Michael Mulgrew;
Subject: New provisions and stronger protections for ATRs
Date: Friday, September 14, 2012, 3:43 PM
It’s my pleasure to inform you about our recent settlement of a union-initiated grievance that has resulted in new provisions and stronger protections for ATRs.
We filed the grievance on behalf of all members who have been placed in excess once it was confirmed that the Department of Education was not properly implementing its June 2011 agreement.
We achieved five important things in this settlement:
We will keep you informed as we implement this important settlement.
United Federation of Teachers • A Union of Professionals
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