SETTLEMENT RATES IN PERSPECTIVE TEACHERS CONTRACT SETTLEMENTS COVERING THE SCHOOL YEAR FOR SETTLEMENTS REACHED SINCE JULY 1, 2014

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1 Wednesday, August 05, 2015 LEMENT RATES IN PERSPECTIVE TEACHERS LEMENTS COVERING THE SCHOOL YEAR FOR LEMENTS REACHED SINCE JULY 1, 2014 EG / DFG COUNTY: ATLANTIC ATLANTIC CO SP SVCS 9 07/ > FOR SUPPORT STAFF, CALCULATION FOR OVERTIME BASED ON 40 HOUR WEEK INSTEAD OF 8 HOUR DAY; PERSONAL AIDES HIRED AFTER 7/1/13 PAID FLAT HOURLY RATE OF $16.50 FOR DURATION OF. BUENA REG 6 A 08/ [*NOTE: & TEACHERS MOVE UP ONE STEP EACH YEAR ON SALARY GUIDE]. EGG HARBOR TWP 7 CD 10/ > EFF. 1/1/15, ALL EMPLOYEES ENROLLED IN SEHBP DIRECT 15 (FROM DIRECT 10 - SAVINGS EQUALS $773,000 ANNUALIZED), IF ANOTHER PLAN SELECTED, EMPLOYEE PAYS THE DIFFERENCE; AFTER 6/30/14, EMPLOYEES WHO OPT-OUT OF PRESCRIPTION INSURANCE PAID 50% OF BOARD COST NOT TO EXCEED $2500; EFF. 9/1/15, TEACHER WORK DAY EXTENDED BY 1/2 HOUR FOR ONE DAY A WEEK; SABBATICALS LIMITED TO TWO AT ANY ONE TIME (DOWN FROM 3) AND REQUIRE A TWO YEAR RETURN TO SERVICE, OR FORFEITS SALARY FROM SABBATICAL YEAR; EXTRA-CURRICULAR STIPENDS FROZEN FOR THE LIFE OF THE ; [*NOTE: FIRST YEAR INCREASE DELAYED INTO YEAR TO PRODUCE 75% OF COST IN ; AVERAGE INCREASE OVER 3 IS 3.0%, WITH INSURANCE SAVINGS FACTORED IN IT IS 2.46%). ESTELL MANOR 2 DE 05/ > FACULTY MEETINGS 30 MINUTES FOR 8 MONTHS; TUITION REIMBURSEMENT CAP SET AND LANGUAGE CLEANED UP. LINWOOD 4 GH 09/ > LONGER MEETING TIMES ONE TIME PER MONTH. MARGATE CITY 3 DE 11/ > REDUCED FAMILY ILLNESS DAYS FROM 10 TO 5 (WHICH WILL NOW BE CUMULATIVE UNDER SICK LEAVE IF UNUSED). Page 1 of 12 ** INCLUDED UNDER NEGOTIATED ACHIEVEMENTS ARE CERTAIN CLARIFICATIONS SUCH AS A WAGE REOPENER OR A FORMULA FOR COMPUTING SALARY. THESE MAY NOT BE

2 NORTHFIELD CITY 4 DE 09/ PORT REPUBLIC 2 FG 12/ COUNTY AVERAGE: ATLANTIC NUMBER COUNTED: COUNTY: BERGEN BERGEN CO SP SVCS 9 01/ > INCREASED WORK WEEK FROM HOURS TO 32 HOURS TO INCLUDE MANDATORY STAFF MEETINGS. BERGEN CO VOC 10 V 11/ > INCREASED GRANDFATHERED FLAT $1 PRESCRIPTION CO-PAY TO $5 (RETAIL), $1 MAIL ORDER; ADDED LANGUAGE REGARDING OBSERVATIONS AND EVALUATIONS PRESERVING DISTRICT'S ABILITY TO FOLLOW STATE MANS WITHOUT ADDITIONAL CONTRAINTS; SALARY GUIDES REDUCED OR ELIMINATED BUBBLES; REPLACED NO PAY LOSS FOR ABSENCE 'RESULTING FROM STATE OF EMERGENCY' TO 'WHEN DISASTER OR OTHER EXTRAORDINARY CIRCUMSTANCES MAKES TRAVEL TO WORK IMPOSSIBLE"; NO INCREASE IN ANNUAL CAP ON TUITION REIMBURSEMENT. CARLSTADT 3 DE 09/ > SALARY COLUMN CHANGES FOR INCREASED ACADEMIC PREPARATION WILL ONLY BE MADE FOR THE FULL YEAR; ADD'L STEPS WERE ADDED TO THE GUIDE; SEVERAL STEPS WERE DEVALUED; AN ADD'L DAY FOR IN-SERVICE WAS ADDED TO TEACHER WORK YEAR. CRESSKILL 5 I 06/ FRANKLIN LAKES 4 I 03/ HILLSDALE 4 GH 02/ * * * ADDITIONAL 10 MINUTES PER DAY; ADD'L STAFF MEETING TIME; [*NOTE: ADD'L HO-HO-KUS 3 J 06/ > $4500 DISTRIBUTED THROUGHOUT SALARY GUIDE EACH YEAR]. LYNDHURST 6 DE 06/ MIDLAND PARK 5 GH 02/ > ADD'L EVENINGS FOR SCHOOL RELATED EVENTS; ADD'L FACULTY MEETINGS; ABILITY TO SCHEDULE ADD'L ZERO PERIOD CLASSES; REDUCTION IN THE NUMBER OF EARLY DISMISSAL DAYS FOR PARENT CONFERENCES. NORWOOD 3 I 03/ > LUNCH DUTY PAY REDUCED. ORADELL 1 I 10/ Page 2 of 12 ** INCLUDED UNDER NEGOTIATED ACHIEVEMENTS ARE CERTAIN CLARIFICATIONS SUCH AS A WAGE REOPENER OR A FORMULA FOR COMPUTING SALARY. THESE MAY NOT BE

3 PALISADES PARK 5 CD 03/ RIDGEFIELD 6 DE 03/ > 2 NIGHT MEETINGS WITH PARENTS PER YEAR. RIVER DELL REG 8 I 01/ > ADD'L DUTIES ARE NOW REQUIRED OF ALL STAFF; TIGHTER RULES FOR COURSE REIMBURSEMENT. RIVER VALE 4 I 06/ > INCREASED FACULTY MEETING TIME. UPPER SADDLE RIVER 4 J 02/ > 10 MINUTES ADDED TO END OF WORKDAY (NON-INSTRUCTIONAL TIME). WOODCLIFF LAKE 4 J 01/ > 10 DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT HOURS PER FTE WOOD-RIDGE 5 FG 09/ > EACH GRADE LEVEL AND DEPT. SHALL MAINTAIN ONE (1) ADD'L HOUR PER WEEK FOR CONSULTATION WITH STUDENTS; ONE (1) TEACHING STAFF MEMBER FROM EACH GRADE LEVEL WILL BE EXPECTED TO BE PRESENT TO ASSIST STUDENTS WITH HOMEWORK OR EXTRA HELP; EACH TEACHING STAFF MEMBER WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR REMAINING AFTER SCHOOL WITHOUT ADD'L COMPENSATION, FOR A MAXIMUM OF SEVEN (7) TIMES PER SCHOOL YEAR. WYCKOFF 4 I 07/ COUNTY AVERAGE: BERGEN NUMBER COUNTED: COUNTY: BURLINGTON BEVERLY 2 B 12/ BURLINGTON TWP 7 FG 09/ > ADDITIONAL CHANGES TO BASE HEALTH CARE PLAN. EDGEWATER PARK 4 DE 08/ FLORENCE 5 DE 04/ > IMPLEMENTING CAP ON PAYMENT FOR UNUSED SICK LEAVE FOR EMPLOYEES HIRED PRIOR TO 7/1/11 (CAP ALREADY IN PLACE FOR OTHER EMPLOYEES); EMPLOYEES HIRED ON OR AFTER 7/1/15 ARE ELIGIBLE TO ENROLL IN THE OPEN ACCESS 5 PLAN ONLY FOR FIRST FOUR ; EFFECTIVE 7/1/15, COPAYS AS FOLLOWS: $10 PRIMARY DR., $15 SPECIALIST (OPEN ACCESS 5), $10/$10 (OPEN ACCESS 8), $15/$15 (OPEN ACCESS 9). MAPLE SHADE 6 CD 03/ > EXTRA 12 MINUTES INSTRUCTIONAL TIME; DIRECT DEPOSIT FOR ALL STAFF. MOUNT LAUREL 4 I 08/ REDUCED MEDICAL WAIVER AMOUNT. Page 3 of 12 ** INCLUDED UNDER NEGOTIATED ACHIEVEMENTS ARE CERTAIN CLARIFICATIONS SUCH AS A WAGE REOPENER OR A FORMULA FOR COMPUTING SALARY. THESE MAY NOT BE

4 WESTAMPTON 4 GH 07/ > LANGUAGE UPD TO REFLECT CURRENT CODE. COUNTY AVERAGE: BURLINGTON NUMBER COUNTED: COUNTY: CAMDEN CAMDEN CITY 7 A 02/ 2015 * * * > INCREASED INSTRUCTIONAL TIME FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL AND HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS TO 290 MINUTES; REMOVED RESTRICTIONS ON CONTINUOUS CONTACT TIME FOR ALL TEACHERS; REMOVED LATENESS GRACE PERIOD; INCREASED FLEXIBILITY FOR AFTER SCHOOL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TIME; LIFTED RESTRICTIONS ON STAFFING HOME INSTRUCTION; CLARIFIED THAT ONLY TENURED TEACHERS HAVE RIGHTS TO THE RECALL LIST; [*NOTE: DISTRICT NOTED ARE AS FOLLOWS: $500 CASH, STEPS 1-11 IN ; $500 CASH, STEPS 1-11, $1200 ADDED TO BASE AT MAX. IN ; MOVE ONE STEP IN (2.5%), 1.5% AT MAX.; MOVE ONE STEP (2.5%) IN, 1.5% AT MAX.; MOVE ONE STEP (2.5%) ON 9/1/17, 1.5% AT MAX. AND MOVE ONE STEP AGAIN (2.5%) ON 5/1/18.]. COLLINGSWOOD 6 FG 05/ > ONE ADD'L FACULTY MEETING PER MONTH DEDICATED TO PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT/PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES. GLOUCESTER TWP 4 DE 06/ > ELIMINATED SPLIT STEP 15 IN THIRD YEAR OF WHERE TEACHERS RECEIVED 2 RAISES IN THAT YEAR. MERCHANTVILLE 2 DE 09/ > EFFECTIVE YEAR 2, CONVERT 25 MINUTES PER DAY OF PRE-STUDENT AND POST-STUDENT TIME TO INSTRUCTIONAL TIME; INCREASED MEETINGS TO 15 ANNUALLY BY ; FROZE EXTRA-CURRICULAR STIPENDS IN FIRST YEAR, INCREASED BY 2% IN AND. OAKLYN 5 CD 11/ > CHANGE FROM NJ DIRECT 10 TO NJ DIRECT 15, LOWERING INSURANCE COSTS; REPLACED ONE AFTERNOON CONFERENCE WITH AN EVENING CONFERENCE; HORIZONTAL MOVEMENT ON GUIDE TO NOW OCCUR SEPT. 1 AND FEB. 1. COUNTY AVERAGE: CAMDEN NUMBER COUNTED: COUNTY: CAPE MAY CAPE MAY SP SVCS 9 02/ > EMPLOYEES HIRED ON OR AFTER 10/1/14 ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR LONGEVITY; SALARIES NOW PAID TWICE PER MONTH RATHER THAN EVERY OTHER THURSDAY. OCEAN CITY 6 DE 08/ Page 4 of 12 ** INCLUDED UNDER NEGOTIATED ACHIEVEMENTS ARE CERTAIN CLARIFICATIONS SUCH AS A WAGE REOPENER OR A FORMULA FOR COMPUTING SALARY. THESE MAY NOT BE

5 UPPER TWP 4 FG 08/ > ELIMINATION OF TRADITIONAL HEALTH PLAN. WEST CAPE MAY 1 DE 06/ > 15 ADD'L MINUTES STUDENT CONTACT TIME; MAINTAINED SINGLE HEALTH BENEFITS COVERAGE. COUNTY AVERAGE: CAPE MAY NUMBER COUNTED: COUNTY: CUMBERLAND CUMBERLAND CO VOC 10 V 05/ DOWNE TWP 2 A * * DEFINED "FULL-TIME" AS 30 OR MORE HOURS PER WEEK ON REGULAR BASIS; / - --> UPPER DEERFIELD 4 B 11/ [*NOTE: TO BE RE-OPENED SPRING 2015 TO NEGOTIATE THE INCREASE ONLY; TO BE RE-OPENED FOR SALARY INCREASE AGAIN FOR ] COUNTY AVERAGE: CUMBERLAND NUMBER COUNTED: COUNTY: ESSEX CALDWELL-W CALDWE 6 I 04/ > REDUCTION IN RATE OF PAY FOR TEACHERS ATTENDING SUMMER WORKSHOPS. NORTH CALDWELL 1 J 06/ WEST ESSEX REG 8 I 09/ > REMOVAL OF LONGEVITY FOR NEW EMPLOYEES HIRED AFTER 7/1/14. COUNTY AVERAGE: ESSEX NUMBER COUNTED: COUNTY: GLOUCESTER DELSEA REGIONAL 8 DE 08/ EAST GREENWICH 1 FG 08/ > NEW EMPLOYEES MUST WORK 30 HOURS PER WEEK TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR INSURANCE; SET UP PROCEDURE FOR CREATION OF CLUBS; EFF., INCREASED TEACHER WORK YEAR BY 1 DAY; EMPLOYEE REQUIRED TO GIVE 90 DAYS NOTICE TO RETURN FROM LONG-TERM LEAVE. Page 5 of 12 ** INCLUDED UNDER NEGOTIATED ACHIEVEMENTS ARE CERTAIN CLARIFICATIONS SUCH AS A WAGE REOPENER OR A FORMULA FOR COMPUTING SALARY. THESE MAY NOT BE

6 GATEWAY REG 8 CD 09/ > INCREASED TEACHER WORK YEAR BY 1 ADD'L INSTRUCTIONAL DAY IN ; HEALTH INSURANCE WAIVER INCENTIVE NOW SET AT FLAT DOLLAR AMOUNT; EXTRA-CURRICULAR STIPENDS FROZEN IN YEAR 1, 2.5% IN EACH YEAR OF THE REMAINING FOUR. MANTUA 1 FG 03/ > ELIMINATION OF OUTSIDE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ENTITLEMENTS IN THE AMOUNT OF $25,000. SWEDESBORO-WOOLWI 1 DE 06/ > ONE ADD'L TEACHER DAY; ONE-HALF STUDENT DAY; DISCONTINUED $5 CO- PAY HEALTH PLAN; 2 ADD'L FACULTY MEETINGS PER YEAR. WENONAH 1 I 08/ > CAP ON PAYMENT FOR UNUSED SICK LEAVE; CAP ON TUITION REIMBURSEMENT. WESTVILLE 1 B 04/ > 1 ADD'L PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY. WOODBURY 5 B 05/ WOODBURY HEIGHTS 1 FG 09/ > ADDED 3 STEPS TO TEACHERS GUIDE IN ; EFF , ADDED 10 MINUTES OF STUDENT SUPERVISORY TIME DAILY. COUNTY AVERAGE: GLOUCESTER NUMBER COUNTED: COUNTY: HUDSON HOBOKEN 6 FG 09/ HUDSON CO VOC 10 V 11/ [*NOTE: 2.00% FOR, 2.25% FOR ] SECAUCUS 6 DE 09/ COUNTY AVERAGE: HUDSON NUMBER COUNTED: COUNTY: HUNTERDON DELAWARE TWP 3 GH 03/ > EFFECTIVE 7/1/16, ONE COLUMN (MA+15) WAS ELIMINATED. EAST AMWELL 3 I 09/ HAMPTON 2 DE 05/ Page 6 of 12 ** INCLUDED UNDER NEGOTIATED ACHIEVEMENTS ARE CERTAIN CLARIFICATIONS SUCH AS A WAGE REOPENER OR A FORMULA FOR COMPUTING SALARY. THESE MAY NOT BE

7 KINGWOOD 3 FG 08/ > LOWERED HOURLY RATE FROM $51 TO $45; REDUCED PRESCRIPTION REIMBURSEMENT FROM 100% TO 90%; ADDED 3 NEW LOWER COST HEALTHCARE PLAN OPTIONS FOR EMPLOYEES. COUNTY AVERAGE: HUNTERDON NUMBER COUNTED: COUNTY: MERCER EWING 7 DE 05/ PRINCETON 7 I 06/ > LONGEVITY ELIMINATED AS "LONGEVITY STEPS" AND MOVED INTO NEW STEPS; TWO EVENING PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCE PERIODS IN FALL AND SPRING; 1 ADD'L DAY ADDED TO WORK YEAR FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT. TRENTON 7 A 06/ > REDUCTION IN SOME ADD'L SALARY DIFFERENTIALS; SOME USE OF PREP TIME FOR TEACHER EVALUATION PROCESS. COUNTY AVERAGE: MERCER NUMBER COUNTED: COUNTY: MIDDLESEX CARTERET 7 B 07/ > BOARD SAVED $1.8 MILLION BY MOVING INTO SEHBP FROM PRIVATE MEDICAL AND PRESCRIPTION. DUNELLEN 5 FG 12/ > ADDED 1 PUPIL CONTACT DAY TO SCHOOL CALENDAR; EMPLOYEES HIRED 7/1/11 AND AFTER RECEIVE SINGLE MEDICAL COVERAGE FOR FIRST 4, UPON 5TH YEAR DEPENDENT COVERAGE AT 50% OF THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SINGLE AND SELECTED LEVEL OF COVERAGE, BUT NOT LESS THAN THE PAYMENT REQUIRED UNDER CHAPTER 78 (BOARD RESERVES THE RIGHT TO WAIVE THE 50% REQUIREMENT FOR ANY NEWLY HIRED EMPLOYEE WITH 6 OR MORE EXP.) EDISON 7 GH 09/ > BA+15 AND MA+45 DEGREE DIFFERENTIALS ELIMINATED BEGINNING 9/1/15 (CURRENT EMPLOYEES ON THESE COLUMNS WILL STAY); NO TEACHER HIRED AFTER 7/1/13 WILL RECEIVE $250 TENURE STIPEND. HIGHLAND PARK 5 GH 08/ > ELIMINATION OF INSTANT LONGEVITY FOR NEWLY HIRED SECRETARIAL STAFF. MILLTOWN 3 FG 06/ > TEACHER TUITION REIMBURSEMENT OVER A 2-YEAR PERIOD, RATHER THAN ALL AT TIME OF COURSE COMPLETION; BEREAVEMENT DAYS MUST BE TAKEN CONSECUTIVELY AND WITHIN 7 DAYS. Page 7 of 12 ** INCLUDED UNDER NEGOTIATED ACHIEVEMENTS ARE CERTAIN CLARIFICATIONS SUCH AS A WAGE REOPENER OR A FORMULA FOR COMPUTING SALARY. THESE MAY NOT BE

8 NO BRUNSWICK 7 FG 04/ PISCATAWAY TWP 7 GH 07/ > EFF. 7/1/15, DISCONTINUING HEALTH BENEFIT WAIVER INCENTIVE OF $2500. SPOTSWOOD 6 DE 10/ > EFF. 2/1/15, CO-PAY FOR DR. VISIT $25, ER VISIT $100, RX CO-PAY $10 GENERIC, $25 PREFERRED, $50 NON-PREFERRED. WOODBRIDGE TWP 7 DE 06/ COUNTY AVERAGE: MIDDLESEX NUMBER COUNTED: COUNTY: MONMOUTH ASBURY PARK 6 A 08/ > REFINEMENT OF SUMMER HOURS, SCHEDULE TO ASSURE PROPER COVERAGE 5 DAYS PER WEEK. MATAWAN-ABERD REG 7 FG 03/ MONMOUTH BEACH 2 I 08/ MONMOUTH CO VOC 10 V 09/ > VALUE OF ACCUMULATED SICK LEAVE CAPPED. MONMOUTH REG 8 GH 09/ > MORE MEETING TIME; EFFECTIVE, BOARD PAID PRESCRIPTION PLAN ELIMINATED. RED BANK REG 8 FG 03/ > ELIMINATING TRADITIONAL HEALTH BENEFIT COVERAGE. ROOSEVELT BORO 1 GH 07/ RUMSON 4 J 04/ > ADD'L 15 MINUTES OF INSTRUCTIONAL TIME ADDED TO STUDENTS DAY. SEA GIRT 2 I 07/ WEST LONG BRANCH 3 FG 01/ > INCREASE IN HOURS WORKED PER DAY; INCLUSION OF DUTY PERIODS. COUNTY AVERAGE: MONMOUTH NUMBER COUNTED: COUNTY: MORRIS 2.66 BOONTON TOWN 5 FG 08/ > EXTENDED WORK DAY Page 8 of 12 ** INCLUDED UNDER NEGOTIATED ACHIEVEMENTS ARE CERTAIN CLARIFICATIONS SUCH AS A WAGE REOPENER OR A FORMULA FOR COMPUTING SALARY. THESE MAY NOT BE

9 KINNELON 6 I 11/ COUNTY AVERAGE: MORRIS NUMBER COUNTED: COUNTY: OCEAN JACKSON TWP 7 DE 02/ > REDUCTION IN BENEFITS; REDUCTION IN MEDICAL WAIVER AMOUNT. LAKEHURST 3 B 08/ > 15 MINUTES INCREASED STUDENT INSTRUCTION TIME. LITTLE EGG HARBOR 1 B 06/ > EVALUATION LANGUAGE ADDED TO. COUNTY AVERAGE: OCEAN NUMBER COUNTED: COUNTY: PASSAIC HALEDON 4 B 10/ > ESTABLISHED BASE PLAN AS DIRECT 15 AND THOSE WHO SELECT DIRECT 10 WILL PAY THE PREMIUM DIFFERENCE; ADDED 3 MORE STAFF MEETINGS. PASSAIC VALLEY REG # 8 DE 04/ WAYNE TWP 7 GH 09/ > CHANGED FROM PPO WITH PRESCRIPTION CO-PAYS OF $15/$7.50/$0 TO A LESS COSTLY DIRECT ACCESS PLAN WITH PRESCRIPTION CO-PAYS OF 10% OF RX COST OR SET CO-PAYS OF $20/$10/$10. COUNTY AVERAGE: PASSAIC NUMBER COUNTED: COUNTY: SALEM MANNINGTON 2 CD 01/ > KEPT NON-BINDING ARBITRATION LANGUAGE AND DID NOT ALLOW EXTENSIVE PROPOSED LANGUAGE FOR TEACHER EVALUATION; TEACHING STAFF MUST WORK IN DISTRICT GREATER THAN 92 DAYS TO ADVANCE ON STEP GUIDE LEVEL IF HIRED MID-YEAR. PITTSGROVE 6 CD 09/ UPPER PITTSGROVE 2 CD 04/ > ELIMINATED A HALF-DAY. Page 9 of 12 ** INCLUDED UNDER NEGOTIATED ACHIEVEMENTS ARE CERTAIN CLARIFICATIONS SUCH AS A WAGE REOPENER OR A FORMULA FOR COMPUTING SALARY. THESE MAY NOT BE

10 COUNTY AVERAGE: SALEM NUMBER COUNTED: COUNTY: SOMERSET BOUND BROOK 5 B 08/ > 20 MINUTES ADD'L INSTRUCTIONAL TIME AT EACH GRADE LEVEL. FRANKLIN TWP 7 GH 06/ > ONE ADD'L PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY IN ; NEW TEACHER ORIENTATION INCREASED FROM 2 DAYS TO 5 DAYS; TUITION REIMBURSEMENT CAPPED AT $50,000 PER YEAR; NJDOE MAND TRAININGS COMPLETED ON TEACHERS PERSONAL TIME; CHANGE FROM PPO TO DIRECT ACCESS NETWORK SAVED $500,000; ER CO-PAY INCREASED FROM $25 TO $100; PRESCRIPTION CO- PAY INCREASED FROM $10/$20/1X TO $10/$20/$30/1X; INTRODUCTION OF A HIGH DEDUCTIBLE PLAN; EMPLOYEE BENEFITS TERMINATE AT THE END OF THE MONTH IN WHICH THEY SEPARATE FROM EMPLOYMENT. GREEN BROOK 4 GH 10/ WARREN TWP 4 I 08/ > AMENDED LANGUAGE FOR THOSE COURSES QUALIFYING FOR TUITION REIMBURSEMENT. COUNTY AVERAGE: SOMERSET NUMBER COUNTED: COUNTY: SUSSEX FRANKFORD 3 FG 09/ > ELIMINATION OF HEALTH WAIVER COMPENSATION. KITTATINNY REG 8 FG 06/ > CHANGE FROM NJ DIRECT 10 TO NJ DIRECT 15 FOR ALL EMPLOYEES; MAX. OF 10 TEACHERS PER DEPT CAN INSTRUCT A MAX. OF 6 PERIODS PER DAY WITH NO ADD'L REMUNERATION; PART-TIME EMPLOYEES MUST WORK 30 HOURS FOR BENEFITS (UP FROM 25 HOURS - ALL CURRENT PARAPROFESSIONALS WILL STAY AT 25 HOURS); LONGEVITY PAYMENT WENT FROM 20 EQUAL INSTALLMENTS TO ONE-TIME PAYMENT IN JUNE (AFTER THE 15TH YEAR); TUITION REIMBURSEMENT FOR GRADUATE WORK ONLY. LENAPE VALLEY REG 8 GH 09/ STANHOPE 2 GH 08/ COUNTY AVERAGE: SUSSEX NUMBER COUNTED: Page 10 of 12 ** INCLUDED UNDER NEGOTIATED ACHIEVEMENTS ARE CERTAIN CLARIFICATIONS SUCH AS A WAGE REOPENER OR A FORMULA FOR COMPUTING SALARY. THESE MAY NOT BE

11 COUNTY: UNION LINDEN 7 B 01/ > NIGHT CONFERENCE FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL; SUSPENDED TUITION REIMBURSEMENT FOR DURATION OF. SUMMIT 7 I 02/ COUNTY AVERAGE: UNION NUMBER COUNTED: COUNTY: WARREN ALPHA 2 B 10/ BLAIRSTOWN 1 FG 09/ FRANKLIN TWP 1 DE 07/ > ELIMINATED $10,000 LIFE INSURANCE POLICY; REDUCED HEALTH INSURANCE WAIVER FOR EMPLOYEES HIRED BEFORE 2005 FROM 50% OF DISTRICT SAVINGS TO $10,000 ( ), $8,000 (), $6,000 (). KNOWLTON 1 FG 04/ > ELIMINATED $175 MEDICAL REIMBURSEMENT FOR STAFF; ELIMINATED $50 SUPPLY REIMBURSEMENT FOR STAFF. COUNTY AVERAGE: WARREN NUMBER COUNTED: Page 11 of 12 ** INCLUDED UNDER NEGOTIATED ACHIEVEMENTS ARE CERTAIN CLARIFICATIONS SUCH AS A WAGE REOPENER OR A FORMULA FOR COMPUTING SALARY. THESE MAY NOT BE

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