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Pending Negotiated Instructional Contract

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Transcript of Pending Negotiated Instructional Contract

Pending Negotiated Instructional Contract
David Frank, BTHS

Requirements of SB 736 (2011)
From the 2014-15 school year forward, instructional Personnel must choose between the:

The "
Grandfathered
Salary Schedule"
-or-
The "Performance Salary Schedule"
Conclusion
What is a reasonable expectation?
There are approx. 2100 teachers.

Funding of $2M leaves only $1000 per teacher on average.

Funds for one group means less for others:
Grandfathered
Effective
Highly Effective
Grandfathered Schedule
How Senate Bill 736 Affects Teacher's Incomes
Salary Changes
Performance Pay
Job Evaluations
VAM Scores
Contract Changes
Annual v. Prof Contracts
Allows teachers to keep their tenure and right to due process.
"Grandfathered"
Current Salary Schedule 2013-14
"B"
*
*
Memo from SJEA came in mid January.
*
*
*
*
*
$3,130+$4,200+$4,500 = $11,830
Performance Schedule
Must only award teachers who had VAM scores that were:
"Effective"

or
"Highly Effective"
In Addition:

Pay raises for
Highly Effective
>

Effective


Effective
must be 50-75% of
Highly Effective
.

Pay raises for
Effective
>

Grandfathered

There is no proportion required.

In other words:

For every $1 a
"Grandfathered"
teacher's salary is raised, the
"Effective"
teacher must earn more than a $1 and the
"Highly Effective"
teacher must earn between $1.33 and $2.

***Any pay raise, in any group, is permanent.
All of this removes the notions of pay scales.

The three large bumps at levels 18, 19 and L are no longer achievable.

Teachers above pay scale L are now eligible for pay raises.
What are the True Costs?

1. Pay raises deferred to later years cannot be saved and there are investment losses.



2. National Inflation > 2% a year this decade.
$900 for $45,000/year.
SB 736 prevents COLAS from exceeding the bonus awarded to the
"Effective"
teachers.



3. If pay increases are lower than needed, pension payments can be greatly reduced.
http://www.flsenate.gov/Session/Bill/2011/0736/BillText/er/HTML
Level 5 Teacher ($818)
@ $984 =
$45,919 gain
/24yrs
@ $730 =
($24,185) loss
/24yrs

Level 10 Teacher ($1013)
@ $984 =
($5,001) loss
/19yrs
@ $730 =
($48,435) loss
/19yrs

Level 17 Teacher ($1722)
@ $984 =
($48,691) loss
/12yrs
@ $730 =
($65,455) loss
/12yrs
The Missing Bump Factor
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