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This Guide has been prepared to help teaching staff who contribute to the RREGOP better understand their retirement scheme. Not only does it provide a summary of the information you require regarding the RREGOP, it also gathers together in a single document a wealth of general information on the various sources of retirement income, with a view to simplifying the financial planning process.

The information contained in this Guide is taken from the RREGOP Administration Manual (Guide d’administration), information available on the websites of CARRA and the Régie des rentes du Québec (Québec Pension Board), and the text and Annexes V-1, V-2 and V-10 of the 2010-2015 Collective Agreement of FNEEQ (CSN) Teaching Staff. Please note, however, that this Guide is by no means to be construed as a substitute for these texts.

The Guide comprises four sections: Making Sense of your Retirement; Progressive Retirement; The Evolution of your Retirement Pension, and Insurance. It also includes at annex a variety of useful documents, such as a checklist of the procedures to be followed before retiring, hyperlinks that point to the various CARRA forms pertaining to your retirement pension, and a series of form letters to assist you when applying.

It will be noted, finally, that this Guide deals with general cases. For any additional information you may require, do not hesitate to contact your union local representative.

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Click here to consult the guide.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Guide for teaching students with disabilities (SWDs)” tab_id=”1487708404642-e813f46b-732a”][vc_column_text]Students with disabilities (SWDs) have been attending CEGEPs for ages, and in steadily growing numbers, yet our collective agreement makes little or no mention of them. In the face of this void, we have taken it upon ourselves to provide teachers with some guidance on the matter, notably through this publication.

We know that having even a single SWD in a classroom can have a major impact on workload, not only in terms of the adjustments in teaching and evaluation strategies, but also of the increased support and supervision—both in and outside the classroom—that it demands. Imagine the longer-range implications as, year upon year, this population continues to climb.

Up to now, CEGEP funding for SWDs has focused solely on the support given by non-teaching resources. As essential as their role is, providing budgets for the work done by our professional and support staff colleagues alone is simply not enough.

It is important to remember that the quality of the educational relationship between teacher and student is a fundamental factor in ensuring academic success, including for students with disabilities.

The issue of SWDs in college is not a new topic of concern for FNEEQ or for the Regroupement cégep: our long-standing interest in the matter is reflected in the joint deliberations conducted by FNEEQ’s Comité national de rencontre (CNR), in the countless debates within our federation bodies and, now, in this guide, which makes no claim to cover every aspect of this broad topic but seeks, instead, to serve as a central reference point for all of our reflections and deliberations on the issue.

We humbly hope this was a worthwhile endeavour and that the information and advice contained in this guide prove useful to you.
Enjoy the read!

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