Caseloads Sample Clauses

Caseloads. HMOs must allow care management staff and the WICT adequate time to effectively coordinate the delivery of integrated care. In order to do so, HMOs must have strategies in place to monitor care management team workloads and to assure that each team member is assigned a manageable caseload based on their roles and responsibilities within the team. HMOs must develop and maintain written caseload standards in consideration of the following:
Caseloads. Diverse Learning teachers shall have no more than nineteen (19) students on their caseload. Any bargaining unit member whose caseload exceeds this number shall be compensated with $750 for up to 5 students each semester.Diverse Learning teachers must participate in all student, teacher, family conferences/presentations of learning of students they serve. Any work hours within the time period allotted for Parent-Teacher Conferences not scheduled for conferences for Diverse Learning teachers, may be spent on self-directed tasks.
Caseloads. See RPC 1.3 Diligence, WSBA Standards for Indigent Defense Services Standard 3: Caseload Limits and Types of Cases)The caseload should allow Counsel to give each client the time and effort necessary to ensure effective representation. Counsel should not accept workloads that, by reason of their excessive size, interfere with the rendering of quality representation.
Caseloads. The District will take into consideration state and national guidelines when assigning caseloads for Psychologists, Counselors, Social Workers, and Nurses.The District will set the following caseload goals based on the number of compliant IEP’s:
Caseloads. If the SLP (Speech Language Pathologist) or OT (Occupational Therapist) caseloads exceed an average weekly direct services caseload of 55 students in any academic semester, the Director of Special Services shall meet with the SLPs and OTs and attempt to reach an acceptable solution. The academic semester count will be determined by the October 1st and February 1st P223 counts.If no mutually acceptable solution is reached, the Association may reopen bargaining on the issue of SLP/OT caseloads for that school year.Special education teachers who have a case management exceeding 25 IEPs will be given one release day per month for the completion of duties necessary to case management. This work must be done on campus unless pre-approved in writing from the principal and director of special services. Teachers may choose payment of $100 per month in lieu of the release day. Special education teachers who have case management exceeding 32 will have the opportunity to meet with a Case Management Team that consists at least of the members: Director of Special Services, building principal, and two special education teachers. The team will outline a support which may include: additional release days, increased para support time, support from other special education teachers, per-diem compensation for the work done outside of the school days. Teachers with an overage can request a Case Management Team meeting each month they are over per their monthly submitted case load report. For this clause to apply, IEP’s must be compliant. Special education teachers who must administer the WA-Aims will be provided with 1.5 hours of per diem pay, per student for successful completion and 1.5 hours of per diem pay for successfully passed WA-Aims. The HSD agrees to have a joint committee to discuss further language. The committee will consist of at least the Director of Special Education, two (2) building administrators, and four (4) special education staff, appointed by the HTA. The committee shall convene its first meeting by January 15, 2019. The committee will make recommendations to the parties’ respective bargaining teams by January, 2020.
Caseloads. If the SLP (Speech Language Pathologist) or OT (Occupational Therapist) caseloads exceed an average weekly direct services caseload of 55 students in any academic semester, the Director of Special Services shall meet with the SLPs and OTs and attempt to reach an acceptable solution. The academic semester count will be determined by the October 1st and February 1st P223 counts.If no mutually acceptable solution is reached, the Association may reopen bargaining on the issue of SLP/OT caseloads for that school year.
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