Peel District School Board Collective Agreement Osstf

Approximately 3,500 high school teachers, high school teachers and student service professionals on the Peel Board are all represented by OSSTF District 19. With 3,000 members on the Peel Board, the Educational Resource Facilitators of Peel represents teaching assistants working with a large number of students with special needs and early childhood educators. Approximately 380 Peel Board elementary principals and vice-principles are represented by PPVPA. OPSEU represents more than 130,000 workers, including 2,000 members on Ontario`s boards of directors. Approximately 6,500 Peel Board staff are represented by Peel Elementary Teachers` Local (PETL). OSSTF was founded in 1919 and has 60,000 members across Ontario. These include public high school teachers, casual teachers, teaching assistants, continuing education teachers and trainers, early childhood educators, psychologists, secretaries, language pathologists, social workers, business support staff, university support staff and many others in training. Peel-Board employees are represented by OPSEU Local 283, which represents approximately 110 ESL and LBS ADULTES instructors, and OPSEU 292, which represents 130 media and learning technology specialists. The peel board`s secretarial/clerical staff is represented by CUPE Local 1628.

CUPE Local 2544 represents approximately 1,500 facilitators, maintenance staff and food group managers, as well as assistants employed at the Peel Board. ETFO represents 76,000 teachers and education professionals in public schools across the province and is the largest teacher association in Canada. With more than 628,000 members across Canada, CUPE represents workers in health, education, municipalities, libraries, universities, social services, utilities, transportation, emergency services and airlines. . The ASG represents the interests of 235 Peel District School Board facilitators.