(c) “employer”: a foundation board formed in accordance with Sections 93 or 95 of the Education Act 1989, or a delegate, when a commissioner has been appointed under Part 9 of the 1989 Education Act to replace a board of directors of a state or integrated school that employs teachers as described in point 1.4(a). According to the survey conducted by headteachers on secondary education supply, 78 headteachers said it was difficult to hire secondary school teachers capable of teaching English, digital technology, mathematics, science and construction and mechanical technologies. The following definitions apply, unless the agreement defines something else: on that date, the available single version of the new 2019-22 collective agreement comes from BCPSEA. VSTA is merging our national language with the provincial collective agreement. We will provide the aSAP version that has been reported. (g) “Technology Education School”: a public or integrated school in the state that, in a technology agreement (or any other agreement), has agreed to teach technology to students in grades 7 and 8 of years 7 and 8. Sometimes an administrator (AO) may ask an on-demand teacher to cover another class instead of having the preparation time to which the person for whom he or she was teaching was entitled. This can be distressed depending on your local collective agreement. You should inform the VSTA office that such an application has been made. If you have any doubts or questions about AO requests, you should check with the VSTA branch. English teachers for speakers of other languages (ESOL teachers) teach people of non-English speaking backgrounds to speak, read and write English. (h) “technology teacher”: it is also a new board of directors of a school created by the creation of a new public or integrated school or by the merger of two or more existing schools if one of the two events occurs during the sub-delay of this agreement, as described in point 1.6. Physical education teachers and sports coaches must have a good level of fitness and health.
Their chances of getting a job are best in rural and Auckland schools. Auckland high schools are struggling to recruit teachers because of the high cost of housing, but some offer housing allowances to attract them. This section contains a description of who may be covered by this agreement and how long the agreement will enter into force. (d) “employee” or “teacher,” any person within the meaning of paragraph 1.4 of this Agreement that is or is bound by this Agreement: If you wish to have a printed copy of this Agreement, we recommend that you download the following PDF version.