All notes for Subtopic 1000.02068 – Instructional Time

DecisionDescriptionPERC Vol.PERC IndexDate
1639E Salinas Union High School District * * * OVERRULED by Trustees of California State University (2012) PERB Decision No. 2287-H
1000.2068: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; Instructional Time
The District’s requirement to provide instruction during the enrichment period for the first time does not involve performance of new duties but rather an alleged increase in instructional time. Changes in the length of an instructional day are a management prerogative except when such changes impact the length of the employees’ workday or duty-free time. The burden is on the charging party to show such impact. The Federation did not state facts demonstrating an impact on the length of the employees’ workday or duty-free time. more or view all topics or full text.
2817606/14/04
1151E Turlock Joint Union High School District
1000.2068: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; Instructional Time
In order to state a prima facie case for unilateral change, Association has burden of showing that change in academic calendar impacts the number or length of employees' workday (citations); p. 2, dismissal letter. more or view all topics or full text.
202710005/22/96
0911E Cloverdale Unified School District
1000.2068: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; Instructional Time
District unilaterally modified fourth and fifth grade teachers' work day schedule by eliminating 45 minute preparation period, increasing teachers' instructional day by a corresponding 45 minutes, and adding two new subjects to the basic teaching assignment. "Employers are generally free to alter the instructional schedule without prior notification . . . . However, when changes affect the length of the working day or existing duty-free time, the subject is negotiable . . . ." Imperial Unified School District (1990) PERB Decision No. 825; p. 16. more or view all topics or full text.
152217911/20/91
0825E Imperial Unified School District
1000.2068: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; Instructional Time
When changes in the length of the instructional day affect the length of the workday or existing duty-free time, the subject is negotiable; p. 7. The Board, in Moreno Valley Unified School District (1982) PERB Decision No. 206, found an impact on teachers' workday from an elimination of some preparation time to be presumed based only on the fact that evidence demonstrated the same level of preparation was required by the district. In this case, the Board overruled Moreno insofar as it did not require the charging party to show a schedule change had an impact on the length of the workday or existing duty-free time; p. 9. The Association failed to show as part of its prima facie case that the instructional minutes change impacted the length of the workday or existing duty-free time; p. 12. the instructional minutes change impacted the length of the workday or existing duty-free time; p. 12. more or view all topics or full text.
142113706/29/90
0625E Fountain Valley Elementary School District
1000.2068: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; Instructional Time
Unlawful unilateral change in response to SB 813. more or view all topics or full text.
111811506/23/87
0334E Mt. San Antonio Community College District
1000.2068: SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION; Instructional Time
Hours of employment unlawfully altered by reorganization plan adding teaching load while requiring extra duties, and further, by eliminating teaching free time. more or view all topics or full text.
71422608/18/83