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92_HB3066ham002 LRB9204490NTsbam02 1 AMENDMENT TO HOUSE BILL 3066 2 AMENDMENT NO. . Amend House Bill 3066 on page 1, 3 line 5, by replacing "Section 2" with "Sections 2 and 4.5"; 4 and 5 on page 4, immediately below line 26, by inserting the 6 following: 7 "(115 ILCS 5/4.5) 8 Sec. 4.5. Prohibited subjects of collective bargaining. 9 (a) Notwithstanding the existence of any other provision 10 in this Act or other law, collective bargaining between the 11 board of education of a public school district organized 12 under Article 34 of the School Code
an educational employer13 whose territorial boundaries are coterminous with those of a14 city having a population in excess of 500,000and an 15 exclusive representative of its employees shall not include 16 any of the following subjects: 17 (1) Decisions to grant or deny a charter school 18 proposal under Section 27A-8 of the Charter Schools Law, 19 to renew or revoke a charter under Section 27A-9 of the 20 Charter Schools Law, or to grant or deny a leave of 21 absence to an employee of a school district to become an 22 employee of a charter school, and the impact of these -2- LRB9204490NTsbam02 1 decisions on individual employees or the bargaining unit. 2 (2) Decisions to contract with a third party for 3 one or more services otherwise performed by employees in 4 a bargaining unit, the procedures for obtaining such 5 contract or the identity of the third party, and the 6 impact of these decisions on individual employees or the 7 bargaining unit. 8 (3) Decisions to layoff or reduce in force 9 employees (including but not limited to reserve teachers 10 or teachers who are no longer on an administrative 11 payroll) due to lack of work or funds, including but not 12 limited to decline in student enrollment, change in 13 subject requirements within the attendance center 14 organization, closing of an attendance center, or 15 contracts with third parties for the performance of 16 services, and the impact of these decisions on individual 17 employees or the bargaining unit. 18 (4) Decisions to determine class size, class 19 staffing and assignment, class schedules, academic 20 calendar, hours and places of instruction, or pupil 21 assessment policies, and the impact of these decisions on 22 individual employees or the bargaining unit. 23 (5) Decisions concerning use and staffing of 24 experimental or pilot programs, decisions concerning use 25 of technology to deliver educational programs and 26 services and staffing to provide the technology, and the 27 impact of these decisions on individual employees or the 28 bargaining unit. 29 (b) The subject or matters described in subsection (a) 30 are prohibited subjects of bargaining between the board of 31 education of a public school district organized under Article 32 34 of the School Code an educational employerand an 33 exclusive representative of its employees and, for the 34 purpose of this Act, are within the sole authority of the the -3- LRB9204490NTsbam02 1 board of education of that school district educational2 employerto decide. 3 (c) This Section shall apply to collective bargaining 4 agreements that become effective after the effective date of 5 this amendatory Act of 1995 and shall render a provision 6 involving a prohibited subject in such agreement null and 7 void. 8 (Source: P.A. 89-15, eff. 5-30-95.) 9 Section 99. Effective date. This Act takes effect upon 10 becoming law, except that the changes to Section 2 of the 11 Illinois Educational Labor Relations Act take effect on 12 January 1, 2002.".
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