Rhode Island: Out-of-school tasks Jurisprudence:Sacco v. Cranston School Dept.,53 A.3d 147, 149 (R.I. 2012). “… Extracurricular work, traditionally carried out by teachers, is not professional and is therefore not described according to the CBA. Delaware: Management Rights Status: Del. code. Ann. tit.14 `4005 “An employer in public schools is not required to negotiate collective agreements on inherent management issues, including areas such as the discretion or political functions and programs of the public school employer, its service standards, the overall budget, the use of technology, the organizational structure, the curriculum, discipline, and staff selection and orientation.” While many educators attribute their help to their unions to guarantee higher wages and better working conditions, union critics accuse these organizations of harming students by protecting underperforming and problematic teachers from disciplinary action or dismissal. At the national and national level, teachers` unions have become a powerful force that influences both legislation and elections. Vermont: Dismissal Case Law: Danville Bd.

of School Directors v. Fifield, 315 A.2d 473,474 (Vt. 1974). School edges have the sole power to hire and dismiss teachers, and such power cannot be delegated. Massachusetts: legality of the collective agreementStatut: Mass. gene. Laws Ch. 150E No. 6 “The employer and the exclusive representative meet at appropriate times…

and negotiates in good faith wages, hours, productivity and performance standards as well as all other conditions of employment…┬áRhode Island: Salary Status: R.I. Gen. Laws Ann. . . Illinois: Salary status: 115 Ii. Comp. Stat.

Ann. 5/3 “Representatives chosen by teaching employees in a unit suitable for collective bargaining are the exclusive representative of all workers in that unit to negotiate wages, hours, conditions of employment and conditions of employment.” New York: Transfer/Teacher Reshuffling Case Law: Application of Steuben-Allegany Bd. of Co-op. Educational Services, 581 N.Y.S.2d 973.976 (S.Ct. Steuben County 1990). “This language is permissive, not mandatory, and there is no other evidence to suggest that the legislature intended to decide on the transfer of teachers as a mandatory object of collective bargaining.” Connecticut: Evaluation Process or Instruments Statute: Conn. gene. Stat. Ann.

10-151b ” (a) The superintendent of each local or regional education committee evaluates or encourages the evaluation of each teacher and, for the school year beginning July 1, 2013, and each subsequent school year, these annual evaluations are the teacher evaluation and support program adopted in accordance with subsection b) of this section… Applications for non-compliance with the procedures established for such a teacher evaluation and support program are subject to the appeal procedure in collective agreements negotiated after July 1, 2004. Jurisprudence: Wethersfield Bd.