In 2018, the district said Kaler`s complaint had been “dismissed,” but she provided documents indicating she had withdrawn. She says she did so after the borough assured her that it would “place the rights of students protected by the human rights code above the collective agreement.” CUPE 728 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT 2019-2022 – Scroll Down version cupe.ca/sites/cupe/files/constitution_national_2017_en.pdf More details on the preliminary agreement will only be released when CUPE K-12 members have the opportunity to verify it. After approval by the K-12 Presidents Council, it will be part of the provincial agreement of the proposals put forward in local negotiations between the inhabitants of CUPE and their respective school districts. “The K-12 Provincial Bargaining Council and BCPSEA have worked hard to reach this interim agreement,” said Warren Williams, Chair of the K-12 Presidents Council. “We have achieved benefits that strengthen our local negotiation capacity and address some of the most important topics for our members.” The three-year agreement will enter into force on 1 July 2019 and will remain in force until 30 June 2022. To learn more about CUPE members working in K-12, visit bcschools.cupe.ca. In particular, it corrects a provision of the agreement: that students must have a safety plan to request continuity. June 3, 2019 – Your Collective Agreements Committee has worked hard with the employer. We met many times as a commission and with the employer and spent long hours. We thank our members for their support and good wishes. The Provincial Framework Agreement (PFA), approved by the K-12 Presidential Council in September, is part of the provisional agreement.
The current K-12 contract expires on June 30, 2019. Following ratification by local and school districts of CUPE, the provincial agreement applies from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2022. . . .