By January. 31 of each year the Union shall be provided with information regarding the number of persons in each classification by salary step and by College.
By January. 31, teachers will submit dates they prefer to work during the July and August session. In establishing the work schedule, the Employer will take into consideration the work time preferences of the individual teacher, but given the needs of the program, reserve the right to specify the actual work periods required of each teacher. The work schedule will be finalized April 1.
By January. 1st the Xxxx/Director or designee from the appropriate academic unit will make available the portfolio materials to the School Promotion Committee. The Xxxx/Director may request an opportunity to meet with the School Promotion Committee and the School Promotion Committee will not unreasonably deny this request.
By January. 31, 2022, the District will review and if necessary, update and/or amend its policies and procedures addressing the investigation of any complaints (formal, informal, verbal or written) of disability discrimination and harassment by students, staff members, teachers and administration as required by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act. These policies and procedures shall include, at a minimum, the following:
By January. 31, a final roster shall be published. If the employee’s seniority date or classification is different on the final roster as compared to the draft roster, such an employee has five (5) work days from the publication of the final roster to request, in writing to the Department of Human Resources, the reason(s) for the change.
By January. 31, 2015, the District will submit to OCR for review and approval, its policy and procedure for identifying PHLOTE students in low incidence language groups and, to the fullest reasonable extent, providing interpreters to assist LEP parents in completing the HLS to assure that LEP parents have adequate notice of and meaningful access to the District’s educational program consistent with Title VI.
By January. 31, 2015, the District will provide a copy of the exit criteria implemented by the District to the parents of all current and exited ELL students in a language the parent can understand. As an alternative to providing this copy for low incidence language groups, the District may provide interpreters to assist national origin minority LEP parents.