Union Education If the local union indicates to the Hospital that its members have approved a special assessment for union education in accordance with the CUPE constitution and local union by laws, the Hospital agrees to deduct this assessment. Such assessment will be paid on a quarterly basis into a trust fund established and administered by OCHU/CUPE for this purpose.
Higher education expenses Payments taken for certain qualified higher education expenses for you, your spouse, or the children or grandchildren of you or your spouse, will not be subject to the 10 percent early distribution penalty tax. 7)
Continuing Education 24.01 The Hospital and the Union recognize that continuing education is important for all employees and that they have shared interests and responsibilities in ensuring equitable access to it.
MORTGAGE LOAN ORIGINATOR EDUCATION 1. Prior to the submission of a new application for any new mortgage loan originator license or, as applicable, the filing of a petition for the reinstatement of an MLO Activity Endorsement in any Participating State as provided for in Section II, Paragraph 2 of this Order, the Respondent will be required to complete the following mortgage loan originator education requirements:
Special Education Special education services, related services, and accommodations for students who are eligible under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), or any applicable provisions of state law, shall be provided in accordance with applicable state and federal law, this Agreement and Authorizer rules and policies. The Authorizer is the LEA for purposes of ensuring compliance with IDEA, Section 504, and all other federal and state laws and regulations concerning accommodation of and education of students with disabilities.
In-Service Education The parties recognize the value of in-service both to the employee and the employer and shall encourage employees to participate in in-service. All employees scheduled by the Employer to attend in-service seminars shall receive regular wages.
General Education From: Grossmont College General Catalog, Semester This is a temporary template to display CSU GE Breath couses until ASSIST is functional. Plese keep in mind that this is a static file and will not reflect any subsequent changes. ORAL COMMUNICATION ← CSU GE Area: A1 - Oral Communication COMM 122 - Public Speaking (3.00) COMM 120 - Interpersonal Communication (3.00) ← COMM 130 - Fundamentals of Human Communication (3.00) WRITTEN COMMUNICATION CSU GE Area: A2 - Written Communication ENGL 120 - College Composition and Reading (3.00) CRITICAL THINKING ← CSU GE Area: A3 - Critical Thinking SCI 110 - Introduction to Scientific Thought (3.00) PHIL 130 - Logic (3.00) XXXX 125 - Critical Thinking (3.00) COMM 145 - Argumentation (3.00) ENGL 124 - Advanced Composition: Critical Reasoning and Writing (3.00) COMM 137 - Critical Thinking in Group Communication (3.00) PHYSICAL SCIENCE ← CSU GE Area: B1 - Physical Science GEOL 110 - Planet Earth (3.00) SCI 110 - Introduction to Scientific Thought (3.00) OCEA 112 - Introduction to Oceanography (3.00) PSC 110 - Introduction to the Physical Sciences (3.00) ASTR 110 - Descriptive Astronomy (3.00) GEOG 120 - Physical Geography: Earth Systems (3.00) GEOL 104 - Earth Science (3.00) GEOL 220 - Geology of the National Parks (3.00) GEOG 140 - Weather and Climate (3.00) GEOL 210 - Geology of California (3.00) CHEM 241 - Organic Chemistry I Lecture (3.00) ASTR 120 - Exploration of the Solar System (3.00) CHEM 120 - Preparation for General Chemistry (4.00) CHEM 116 - Introductory Organic and Biochemistry (4.00) CHEM 113 - Forensic Chemistry (4.00) CHEM 231 - Organic Chemistry I (5.00) CHEM 142 - General Chemistry II (5.00) CHEM 141 - General Chemistry I (5.00) PHYC 140 - Mechanics of Solids (4.00) CHEM 115 - Fundamentals of Chemistry (4.00) PHYC 110 - Introductory Physics (4.00) CHEM 232 - Organic Chemistry II (5.00) PHYC 241 - Light, Wave Motion, and Modern Physics (4.00) PHYC 130 - Fundamentals of Physics (4.00) PHYC 240 - Electricity, Magnetism and Heat (4.00) GEOL 121 - Earth History (4.00) CHEM 102 - Introduction to General, Organic and Biological Chemistry (5.00) CHEM 110 - Environmental Chemistry (3.00) PSC 100 - Physical Science for Elementary Education (3.00) CHEM 242 - Organic Chemistry II Lecture (3.00) PHYC 131 - Fundamentals of Physics (4.00) LIFE SCIENCE ← CSU GE Area: B2 - Life Science BIO 118 - Introduction to Human Biology (3.00) BIO 141 - Human Physiology (3.00) BIO 112 - Contemporary Issues in Environmental Resources (3.00) BIO 114 - Heredity, Evolution and Society (3.00) ANTH 130 - Introduction to Physical Anthropology (3.00) BIO 110 - Environmental Biology (4.00) BIO 120 - Principles of Biology (4.00) BIO 105 - Life in the Sea (4.00) BIO 144 - Anatomy and Physiology I (4.00) BIO 152 - Paramedical Microbiology (5.00) BIO 145 - Anatomy and Physiology II (4.00) BIO 240 - Principles of Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal Biology (5.00) BIO 140 - Human Anatomy (5.00) BIO 230 - Principles of Cellular, Molecular and Evolutionary Biology (4.00) LABORATORY ACTIVITY CSU GE Area: B3 - Laboratory Activity GEOG 121 - Physical Geography: Earth Systems Lab (1.00) GEOL 111 - Planet Earth Laboratory (1.00) PSC 111 - Physical Science Laboratory (1.00) OCEA 113 - Oceanography Laboratory (1.00) BIO 141L - Laboratory in Human Physiology (1.00) CHEM 241L - Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (2.00) CHEM 120 - Preparation for General Chemistry (4.00) CHEM 116 - Introductory Organic and Biochemistry (4.00) BIO 110 - Environmental Biology (4.00) BIO 120 - Principles of Biology (4.00) CHEM 113 - Forensic Chemistry (4.00) CHEM 231 - Organic Chemistry I (5.00) BIO 105 - Life in the Sea (4.00) BIO 144 - Anatomy and Physiology I (4.00) BIO 152 - Paramedical Microbiology (5.00) CHEM 142 - General Chemistry II (5.00) CHEM 141 - General Chemistry I (5.00) PHYC 140 - Mechanics of Solids (4.00) CHEM 115 - Fundamentals of Chemistry (4.00) PHYC 110 - Introductory Physics (4.00) CHEM 232 - Organic Chemistry II (5.00) BIO 145 - Anatomy and Physiology II (4.00) PHYC 241 - Light, Wave Motion, and Modern Physics (4.00) PHYC 130 - Fundamentals of Physics (4.00) PHYC 240 - Electricity, Magnetism and Heat (4.00) GEOL 121 - Earth History (4.00) CHEM 102 - Introduction to General, Organic and Biological Chemistry (5.00) BIO 240 - Principles of Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal Biology (5.00) BIO 140 - Human Anatomy (5.00) ASTR 112 - General Astronomy Laboratory (1.00) ANTH 131 - Physical Anthropology Lab (1.00) CHEM 242L - Organic Chemistry II Laboratory (2.00) PHYC 131 - Fundamentals of Physics (4.00) BIO 230 - Principles of Cellular, Molecular and Evolutionary Biology (4.00) ← QUANTITATIVE REASONING CSU GE Area: B4 - Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning MATH 175 - College Algebra (4.00) PSY 215 - Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (4.00) Same-As: SOC 215, ANTH 215 MATH 125 - Structure and Concepts of Elementary Mathematics I (3.00) BIO 215 - Statistics for Life Sciences (3.00) MATH 170 - Analytic Trigonometry (3.00) MATH 284 - Linear Algebra (3.00) MATH 285 - Differential Equations (3.00) MATH 178 - Calculus for Business, Social and Behavioral Sciences (4.00) MATH 280 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (4.00) MATH 180 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (5.00) MATH 281 - Mulitvariable Calculus (4.00) PSC 120 - Fundamentals of Scientific Computing (MATLAB) (4.00) MATH 176 - Precalculus: Functions and Graphs (6.00) MATH 120 - Quantitative Reasoning (3.00) MATH 160 - Elementary Statistics (4.00) MATH 245 - Discrete Math (3.00) MATH 126 - Structure and Concepts of Elementary Mathematics II (3.00) ECON 215 - Statistics for Business and Economics (3.00) ARTS AND HUMANITIES
Special Education Teachers Whenever any Elementary Special Education class to which a student(s) is(are) added as a result of the distribution of students from the class of an absent Elementary Special Education teacher, Article 8-7 shall be in effect. In addition, whenever the class size of the receiving Special Education teacher exceeds the class size maxim mandated by Special Education class size law and/or regulation, the Xxxxxxxx Formula in AAA Case No. 1139-0696- 85, February 21, 1986, shall be used to calculate the compensation which said teacher shall receive as follows: The rate of pay for said teacher for teaching said additional students shall be computed by multiplying the teacher’s daily gross compensation by a fraction in which the denominator is twenty-six (26) and the numerator is the number of children taught in excess of Article 8-1.1 Item 3 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the parties.
Resident Educator A Resident Educator is a teacher employed under a resident educator license.
Resident Educator Program The four-year program is designed to provide newly licensed Ohio educators quality mentoring and guidance. Successful completion of the residency program is required to advance to a five-year professional educator license.