AND RESPONSIBILITIES. A. The Board hereby agrees that every employee within the bargaining unit shall have the right freely to organize, join, and support the Association for the purpose of collective bargaining. As a duly elected body exercising governmental power under color of law of the State of Florida, the Board undertakes and agrees that it will not directly or indirectly discourage, deprive or coerce any teacher in the enjoyment of rights conferred by this agreement, the Laws of Florida, or the Constitutions of Florida and the United States; that will not discriminate against any teacher with respect to wages, hours, terms and conditions of employment by reason of his/her membership in the Association, his/her participation in any activities of the Association or collective bargaining with the Board, any grievance, complaint or proceeding under this agreement.
AND RESPONSIBILITIES. The Board and the Association realize there is no automatic “beginning” or “cut ofF’ time for education. The Board and the Association are aware of the fact that there are important functions of the educational process which occur outside of the classroom. It is further realized that these functions are important and that teacher participation and supervision shall be required. All teachers shall be expected to perform their fair share of duties related to their teaching assignments (such as parent conferences and assistance to pupils) as determined by the Board and the Association.
AND RESPONSIBILITIES. Save and except to the extent specifically modified or curtailed by any of this Collective Agreement, the right and responsibilityto manage the business of the Employer is vested solely and exclusively with the Employer. The Employer agrees that its rights and responsibilities shall be exercised in a manner that is consistent with this Collective Agreement and prevailing statutes and is not arbitrary or discriminatory. The Employer agrees not to penalize or discriminate against any teacher for participating in the activities of the Union, including exercising any rights under this Collective Agreement or the prevailing statutes of Ontario.
AND RESPONSIBILITIES. Section 1: The Board recognizes the Union as the sole and exclusive bargaining representative in respect to matters of salaries, fringe benefits, working conditions and professional problems for all full time teaching personnel who work in Burbank School District 111, including but not limited to, librarians, social workers, special classroom teachers, (i.e., homebound or those who rotate from school to school), all of whom must be certified teachers, (all of whom are hereinafter referred to as “teacher” or “teachers”) as well as school psychologists, certificated school nurse(s), non-certificated Registered Nurse (RN), all full time clerical personnel, all full time certified paraprofessionals, non- certified paraprofessionals and full time health aides. Not included in the bargaining unit are: AERO staff, building service employees, coordinators, supervisors, part time employees, the Superintendent’s administrative assistant, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction and Human Resources’ administrative assistant, and the Business Manager’s administrative assistant. A supervisor is a person whose duties include, but are not limited to, recommending the hiring and firing of employees, evaluating and rating of employee performance, making recommendations with respect to budgetary matters and responsibly directing employees in the performance of their duties.
AND RESPONSIBILITIES. 3.1.1 The provisions of these policies shall not be applied in a manner arbitrary, capricious, or discriminating in regard to race, color, gender, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disabling condition, or membership or non-membership in the Association.


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