Dear Scotty, I’m crushed! It’s now March and I had money left over in my account to use for medical expenses, but I didn’t spend all of it by December 2018. Your letter to Hain Quilliams in November said that all the money goes back to the District at the end of the year, but I’m receiving reminders to spend it before a “grace period” runs out by this Friday, March 15, 2019. Can I actually still spend 2018 money by the end of Friday and submit March 2019 reimbursements for 20
Our 2018 Faculty Contract includes Article H: Evaluation and Tenure Review, which ensures the full-time faculty evaluation process does the following: provides established written criteria, includes peer review, and defines the specific parameters of our evaluation process. As such, it provides the framework and reference point for all matters related to our evaluation process. What Has Changed?
First, Some Historical Context
The evaluation processes currently outlined in
Thanks to those who could attend! Thanks to all those who attended the March “get to know your contract” social sponsored by the Faculty Assembly. In total, nearly 60 full time faculty members attended the event despite several overlapping department and governance committee meetings. Above: Jonathan Cole answers contract questions for Thao Ha. Turn to the FA for help interpreting our contract. Over the past few years FA leadership has found that the greatest source of confus