After intense negotiations, the ecclesiastical authorities and the Malta Union of Teachers (MUT) have agreed on a collective agreement for ecclesiastical schools that will enter into force from 2018 to 2022. the agreement provides. According to the agreement, teachers who have been at work for less than eight years will receive an additional €1,544 this year. By 2022, teachers will bring home €5,807 more than last year. A meeting for the members of the Studentenwerk will be held on Thursday, 30 July, at 11 a.m. This is an important meeting related to the collective agreement. Interested members must complete the form HERE. The registration deadline is Thursday 30 at 9:30 a.m. As usual, all members in arrears are requested […] The MUT has contacted MCAST to declare a trade dispute over negotiations over the deal for leaders who are at a standstill. Further information is provided to members accordingly. The Secretariat of Catholic Education and the Association of Church Schools are convinced that this new convention will bring considerable benefits to their educators and, I hope, will lead to a better overall experience of education for students in ecclesiastical schools. The signing of this agreement was presided over today by Archbishop Charles J.
Scicluna at the Arch-Fishing Curia of Floriana. ■ Instead of about 26 hours of special leave per school year, teachers can now take 32.25 hours off. The entries and allowances indicated in the sectoral agreement between the Maltese government and the Maltese teachers` union of 21 December 2017 will be granted to all educators employed in Church schools and the Secretariat of Catholic Education as soon as the agreement has been signed and approved by the Ministry of Education and Employment. In addition to salary increases, teachers also benefit from additional special leave that they can take during the school year. . . .