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Indiana Education Employment Relations Board


Welcome to the Indiana Education Employment Relations Board (IEERB) website!

Indiana Code IC 20-29 outlines IEERB’s functions. In summary, the Indiana state legislature expects IEERB to provide direction and information regarding: Collective Bargaining & Impasse, Unfair Labor PracticesEducation Employment Research, and Representation.  The purpose of our website is to provide information and guidance about IEERB Board decisions and actions.  If you cannot find the information you are seeking, please contact our office.  

IEERB is now in charge of evaluating the compliance of teacher collective bargaining agreements (CBAs).  See Ind. Code § 20-29-6-6.1 for more information.  IEERB must complete compliance reports on CBAs by March 30 of the year in which the CBA expires.  Due to various factors, IEERB does not anticipate issuing compliance reports prior to March 1, 2016.  Bargaining parties will receive a copy of the compliance report when issued.

For CBAs bargained in 2015 only:  The compliance review will not include an evaluation of provisions at issue in Jay Classroom Teachers Association v. Jay School Corporation and Indiana Education Employment Relations Board, Case No. 49A05-1412-PL-0586, handed down by the Court of Appeals after the 2015 collective bargaining season.  Specifically, 

  • provisions relating to flexibility in setting new teacher salaries will not be found non-compliant; and
  • payments outside the compensation plan or ECA/CCA schedules will be assumed to be payments for ancillary duties, and therefore will not be found non-compliant.  Payments will be found noncompliant if for regular teaching duties or assignments.

The Board will be reviewing and updating this rubric prior to July 1, 2016.  All parties and stakeholders are strongly encouraged to review the updated rubric prior to formally bargaining in 2016.