SDEASDUSD BARGAINING PROPOSAL COMPARISON

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					                   SDEA/SDUSD BARGAINING PROPOSAL COMPARISON


SDEA’S FEBRUARY 4, 2010 PROPOSAL:                             THE DISTRICT’S FEBRUARY 11, 2010 PROPOSAL:

Contract Term:                                                Contract Term:
SDEA proposed two consecutive contracts that run from         Same as SDEA’s proposal (on left).
July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2013.

First Contract (2008-10):                                     First Contract (2008-10):
     • No salary or benefits changes.                              • No salary or benefits changes.
     • Includes all bargained agreements (maintenance of           • Includes all bargained agreements (maintenance of
        workload, special education workload, etc.)                   workload, special education workload, etc.)
     • Prohibits layoffs for 2010-11.                              • Does not include layoff prohibition for 2010-11.



Second Contract Term:                                         Second Contract Term:
July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2013 with no contract reopeners.     Same as SDEA’s (on left).

Furlough Days:                                                Furlough Days:
    • 3 furlough days for 2010-11 (student-contact days).         • 6 furlough days for 2010-11 (last 5 student contact
    • 3 furlough days for 2011-12 (student-contact days).            days and 1 prep day).
    • All days restored in 2012-13                                • 6 furlough days for 2011-12 (last 5 student contact
    • Reimbursement and further protection for                       days and 1 prep day).
       bargaining unit members who retire during furlough         • All days restored in 2012-13.
       years.                                                     • No retiree protections

Contingencies – To restore furlough days or increase salary   Contingencies – To restore furlough days or increase salary
schedule if unexpected revenues are received by District.     schedule if unexpected revenues are received by District.
   • Furlough days shall be restored if Base Revenue             • Furlough days shall be restored if Base Revenue
       Limit/ADA is increased by State.                              Limit/ADA is increased by State.
   • Salary schedules increased if ADA increases.                • Contingency above can only reduce furlough days
   • If new savings are realized through District’s new              and/or increase salary schedules (not other way
       Priority Based Budgeting system savings will be               around).
       applied to salary schedules.                              • No contingencies for items under the District’s
   • If District’s unrestricted general fund ending balance          budgetary purview (i.e., Fund Balance increases,
       is higher than expected then difference between               saving from new budgeting techniques, etc.).
       2008-09 ending fund balance and 2009-10’s will be
       applied to salary schedules.
   • Contingencies can only reduce furlough days and/or
       increase salary schedules (not other way around).




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Salary:                                                       Salary:
    • No salary schedule changes for 2010-11 (except for      Same as SDEA’s proposal (on left), recognizing that the
        changes cause by furloughs).                          District is proposing more furlough days than SDEA.
    • No salary schedule changes for 2010-11 (except for
        changes cause by furloughs).
    • Effective July 1, 2012, salary schedules increased
        by 1.5% (over original 2009-10 schedule).
    • Effective January 1, 2013, salary schedules
        increased by 1.5%.
    • Effective June 30, 2013, salary schedules increased
        by 3.0%.

Benefits:                                                     Benefits:
   • Any savings generated by changes to benefits that           • The District proposes the following changes below
        are approved by the Health and Welfare Benefits               but without the savings going to SDEA members:
        Committee and ratified by SDEA will be applied to                 1. A dependent eligibility audit.
        the salary schedules. The four recommended                        2. Modification to dual coverage (each spouse
        changes are below:                                                     must choose one plan, not both)
            1. A dependent eligibility audit.                             3. A $100 monthly payment from individuals
            2. Modification to dual coverage (each spouse                      whose spouses waive coverage from
                 must choose one plan, not both)                               another employer in exchange for payment.
            3. A $100 monthly payment from individuals                    4. Increase Kaiser and HMO co-pays from $5
                 whose spouses waive coverage from                             to $10 dollars (effective January 1, 2011).
                 another employer in exchange for payment.       • The District would get the savings from any
            4. Increase Kaiser and HMO co-pays from $5                unilateral changes by VEBA.
                 to $10 dollars.
   • Savings from any unexpected unilateral changes to
        benefits by VEBA would be applied to salaries.

Class Size:                                                   Class Size:
    • If the state Class Size Reduction program is no             • If Class Size Reduction is in effect, then K-3 class
        longer in effect, K-3 class sizes shall be no greater         sizes would be no greater than 2 students above the
        than 25.5.                                                    fully funded limit (this means that the current limit
    • If Class Size Reduction is in effect, then K-3 class            would be 22 students per class) for academic class
        sizes would be no greater than 2 students above the           sizes only. This would take effect on July 1, 2012,
        fully funded limit (this means that the current limit         and is dependent upon the state passing legislation
        would be 22 students per class).                              that reduces penalties for districts that violate the
    • Secondary classes would be capped at 36 students                fully-funded class size ratios.
        per class (rather than an average of a teacher’s          • Secondary classes would be capped at 36 students
        classes).                                                     per class (rather than an average of a teacher’s
    • Guaranteed staffing for nurses and counselors.                  classes).
                                                                  • Guaranteed staffing for nurses and counselors.

Evaluations:                                                  Evaluations:
   • Allow the option of a 5-year evaluation option (as is    Same as SDEA’s proposal (on left).
        allowed for by the Education Code).



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Personal Business Leave:                                        Personal Business Leave:
Increase from 2 to 5 the number of sick days per year that      Not in District’s proposal.
can be used for personal business.

Reprimands and Suspensions:                                     Reprimands and Suspensions:
Make letters of reprimand and suspension subject to the         Same as SDEA’s proposal (on left).
grievance procedure.

Proposition S:                                                  Proposition S:
SDEA proposes rights and privileges beyond those provided       The District proposes the same rights and privileges that
to unit members under Proposition MM.                           were provided under Proposition MM.



Ratification Process:                                           Ratification Process:
    • SDEA proposes a separate agreement (MOU) that             Same as SDEA’s proposal (on left).
         requires that both contracts must be ratified at the
         same time or both are null and void.
    • The District must ratify both contracts before SDEA
         does.




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