Bill Summary for H 924 (2019-2020)

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Apr 22 2019

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View NCGA Bill Details2019-2020 Session
House Bill 924 (Public) Filed Tuesday, April 16, 2019
AN ACT TO CLARIFY ELIGIBILITY FOR EXTENDED TEACHER CONTRACTS, TO REQUIRE COMPLETION OF AN ECONOMICS AND PERSONAL FINANCE COURSE AS A HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION REQUIREMENT IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS, TO CLARIFY REQUIREMENTS FOR HIGH SCHOOL CIVIC LITERACY, AND TO REQUIRE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR ECONOMICS AND PERSONAL FINANCE TEACHERS.
Intro. by D. Hall, Horn.

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Under GS 115C-325.3, which requires a contract or renewal of a contract between a local school board of education and teacher employed by the local board of education for three years or more to be for a term of one, two, or four school years. Now sets out the following conditions that must be met for contracts or renewal of contracts for those terms: (1) the teacher must have been employed by the local board of education as a teacher for three or more consecutive years immediately preceding the effective date of the contract; (2) the teacher has worked for at least 120 days as a teacher in a full-time, permanent position in each consecutive year; and (3) days the teacher did not actually work due to leave must not court toward the 120 days (if the teacher did not work 120 days in a year only because of sick leave, disability leave, or leave under the Family and Medical Leave act of 1993, the year is not considered a break in service and any previous consecutive years worked are consecutive to the following year).

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