UFEA Contract 2014-2016

The entire 2014-2016 contract may be downloaded using the link below.

Over the next few days, we will work on getting the contract pages of this website updated to reflect the changes!

UFEA Contract 2014-2016  small_pdf_icon

Make Some Calls Now … Make a Difference November 4!


UFEA Members: We Need Your Voice!

We are asking members to come on one or more of the following evenings to the Bloomington IEA Office to call other members and remind them about how important it is for them to vote November 4.

You’ll be provided with a short training, a script for making calls, and a list of other members to call! You can use one of our phones here or use your own cell phone if you prefer! All we need is your voice – and your time! We’ll even provide you dinner to show our appreciation.

Please commit to one of the following times, call or email the office to let us know when you’ll be here, and grab a colleague and bring them with you!

The following dates are available from 5-8 pm at the IEA Office:

  • Wednesday, October 15
  • Monday, October 20
  • Tuesday, October 21 (if the IPACE dinner is postponed or rescheduled)
  • Wednesday, October 22
  • Monday, October 27
  • Tuesday, October 28
  • Wednesday, October 29
  • Monday, November 3

Please contact Martha and let us know when you’re coming so we can plan for you!

309-663-6400 or Martha.Fritcher@ieanea.org!

Join us to make some calls … and make a difference!

Protected: Understanding and Verifying your Salary for 2014-15

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Voices from Wisconsin: We Should Listen, Learn & Act

In 2011, the lives of Wisconsin teachers changed overnight. Wisconsin is not alone. Attacks on collective bargaining rights have taken place in Indiana and Ohio, too, as have attacks on tenure, retirement and other important issues. In Wisconsin, contracts were replaced with highly restrictive policy handbooks. We can make sure it doesn’t happen here. We can start by being engaged in this year’s election.  We should listen. We can learn from Wisconsin.

Protected: Contract Ratification Results

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