Teacher social assistance staff advise local collective agreement committees on all aspects of collective bargaining. In addition, the association regularly organizes conferences on teacher well-being and offers courses for beginners and bargain hunters advanced at the summer conference. Members seeking advice on redress procedures in the event of an alleged breach of a collective agreement or other matters arising from a collective agreement, the Labour Code, the Labour Code, should consult with teacher assistance staff at tw@teachers.ab.ca or call 780-447-9400 or 1-800-232-7208. Charter and private school teachers may be associate members of the Alberta Teachers` Association. Schools in which teachers have opted for the establishment of bargaining units with associative representation have all the advantages of associated affiliation as well as additional benefits related to thought negotiations. Read more In May 2017, TEBA and ATA ratified an agreement for the 2016/17 and 2017/18 school years. This Memorandum of Understanding 2016 – 2018 (PDF, 895 KB) applies to school leaders and teachers working in Alberta for 12 separate, French-speaking public school authorities. CAAMSE (Central Alberta Association of Municipal and School Employees) Collective Agreement: September 1, 2015 – August 31, 2019 In the first phase, TEBA negotiates with the Alberta Association of Enhancers (ATA) provincial issues concerning all teachers and employers to establish a provincial agreement. If you are part of a bargaining unit that has ratified its 2018-2020 collective agreement, this new contract will appear below as soon as it has been prepared, read and fully signed by all parties.

If not listed below, you can check out the ratified agreements here (see local negotiations in the negotiation updates). Click here to learn more about the current state of collective bargaining and to get important updates as part of the negotiations The terms and conditions and remuneration of teachers employed in school courts are stipulated in collective agreements. These negotiations are divided into two parts; the association negotiates centrally with the Teachers` Employer Bargaining Association (TEBA) and on-site with each school board. From a legal point of view, the association is the association of negotiators for all teachers employed in the province`s public, separate and french-language school courts. The points of the province`s Memorandum of Agreement merge with the local agreement for a collective agreement. The Teachers` Employer Bargaining Association (TEBA) is a legal association created by the Public Education Collective Bargaining Act, which represents the province`s school boards in collective bargaining for all public, separate and francophone teachers in Alberta.