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The Teachers’ Employer Bargaining Association (TEBA) is a statutory corporation created by the Public Education Collective Bargaining Act that represents school boards in the province in collective bargaining for all of Alberta’s public, separate, and Francophone teachers.
TEBA is part of a 2 stage bargaining process.
In the first stage, TEBA bargains with the Alberta Teachers’ Association (ATA) on provincial matters affecting all teachers and employers to create a provincial memorandum of agreement.
In the second stage, individual school boards bargain with their local ATA representatives on local matters.
The items from the provincial memorandum of agreement merge with the local agreement to form a completed collective agreement.
Eight government appointees and 7 school board trustees form a board of directors to lead TEBA.
A representative committee of one trustee for each Alberta public, separate and Francophone school authority elects the 7 school trustees on the board of directors.
The board of directors sets the direction for TEBA and provides a mandate for bargaining. The board of directors, in consultation with the representative committee, votes to ratify any deal reached at the provincial bargaining table.
Learn more about the structure of TEBA in the Public Education Collective Bargaining Regulation.
Agreements and settlements
2016 – 2018 Memorandum of Agreement
In May 2017, TEBA and the ATA ratified an agreement covering the 2016/17 and 2017/18 school years. This 2016 – 2018 Memorandum of Agreement (PDF, 895 KB) applies to school boards and teachers working in Alberta’s public, separate and Francophone K to 12 school authorities.
2018 to 2020 Central Table Settlement
In April 2019, TEBA and the ATA ratified an agreement covering the 2018/19 and 2019/20 school years. This 2018 – 2020 Central Table Settlement (PDF, 1.6 MB) applies to school boards and teachers working in Alberta’s public, separate and Francophone K to 12 school authorities.
Connect with TEBA by email at [email protected].
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