Oecta Tentative Agreement 2020

It is not known whether any compensation movements were made under the preliminary agreement. On Thursday, March 12, 2020, the Ontario Association of Catholic Teachers (OECTA), the Ontario Catholic School Trustees` Association (OCSTA) and the Government of Ontario reached an interim collective agreement. As a result, the OECD suspended all strike activities until the agreement was ratified. The Ontario English Catholic Teachers` Association (OECTA) met today with government officials and administrators of the Catholic school committee to continue negotiations for a new collective agreement. Stuart said details of the deal would not be released until ratification by members. Details of the provisional agreement will be announced after ratification. We are grateful for the efforts of our bargaining team and Crown partners, as well as representatives of the Ontario Association of English Catholic Teachers. Because some Catholic boards had larger class sizes – and because the preliminary agreement states that exceptions are no longer allowed – additional teachers are hired in certain areas. Last week, the province also signed a three-year interim contract with the Ontario Federation of Elementary Teachers and continues to negotiate this week with the union representing the province`s 12,000 French teachers. The Ontario Association of Catholic Teachers (OECDTA) has reached a preliminary agreement with the province.

This fall, secondary classes will increase from an average of 22 students to 23 last year, and all local collective agreements setting maximum class sizes will remain, says preliminary agreement The Ontario English Catholic Teachers` Association reached the agreement Thursday and announced it would suspend all work measures during the ratification process. Education Minister Stephen Lecce told Reporters at Queen`s Park that the preliminary agreement was good for teachers, students, parents and the government. Education Minister Stephen Lecce said of the preliminary agreement that it was “good for students, good for teachers and educators and good for the people of this province.” Details in documents sent to members of the Ontario Association of Catholic Teachers and obtained by star indicate that the provisional contract signed nearly two weeks ago provides for a salary increase of one per cent per year as well as an annual increase of four per cent in benefits. The preliminary agreement between Ontario`s 45,000 Catholic teachers and the province provides $33 million in additional special education funding that will allow boards to hire about 320 more teachers. . . .

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