(e) For the purpose of calculating the subsidy, the salary shall include the salary plus all other permanent salary allowances (including units) paid in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement, or all temporary allowances (including units) payable for a period of twelve months or more. Temporary allowances paid for a period of less than twelve months are excluded from the calculation of the subsidy. 4.22.1 If the Secretary of Education approves the appointment of a teacher who is not a principal to the position of leader of Kāhui Ako, clause 3.7 (3) of the Collective Agreement for Secondary School Principals shall apply to the teacher, in addition to the relevant provisions of that agreement. (a) If a Board of Trustees has three or more beneficiaries for Kāhui Ako teachers (within the school), the role allowances for each appointment may be permanent or temporary, in accordance with clause 3.2.3 of this Agreement, provided that the temporary appointments never represent more than 40% of the roles of Kāhui Ako (within the school) generated by a board of directors. 4.23.7 Each teacher in a Kāhui Ako (intercommunal) teacher role is assigned the equivalent of ten hours of non-lessons per week. The employer, in consultation with the Kāhui Ako and the employee, must decide how to allocate this time in or over weeks. An allowance under this clause is in addition to all other time allowances to which the teacher is entitled under this agreement. (a) Teachers must rise to the appropriate basic scale indicated on the scale, provided that the employer certifies that the teacher has met the appropriate level of professional standards for secondary school teachers – quality teaching criteria annexed to this agreement. This part of the agreement sets out the details of the salaries of secondary school teachers who are members of PPTA. It also contains details on starting salaries and salary progress, units and allowances. 4.9.9 Teachers who worked on or before 1 February 1971 shall not be required to acquire a supplementary qualification if they fall within one of the categories referred to in Supplement 2 to this Agreement. (d) teachers entering an HPTSA school have the right to choose either the terms of transfer and relocation of the agreement, or other transfer and relocation arrangements or subsidies that may be offered from time to time by the Ministry of Education and from which they could benefit, but not both.
At the end of a continuous service of at least three years in one or more HPTSA schools, a teacher has access to the transfer and distance provisions of this agreement when moving from that school class to another apprenticeship position in a public or integrated school. This convention provides for a basic scale for trained teachers and a basic scale for untrained teachers. Note: The reduction can be achieved in connection with the overstaffing process, but it is not sufficient to require the school to have the processes described in clause 3.9.3 of this Agreement. . . .