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Discussion 2: The Official Code of Georgia Annotated No unread replies.No replies. After you have familiarized yourself with O.C.G.A. Title 20, Chapter 2, choose one of the articles that has a direct impact on you as a teacher leader. In your initial post, explain the article and relate it to your role as a teacher leader. In your discussion, consider if the article sufficiently supports you as a teacher leader or if something is missing in the article. What would make it stronger or more "teacher friendly"? Are there parts of it that are irrelevant or outdated? Be sure to respond to at least three of your colleagues once you make your initial post. Your initial post is due by 11:59 p.m. Sunday, August 27th and responses are due by 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, August 29th. Search entries or author Filter replies by unread Unread Collapse replies Discussion 2: The Official Code of Georgia Annotated No unread replies.No replies. After you have familiarized yourself with O.C.G.A. Title 20, Chapter 2, choose one of the articles that has a direct impact on you as a teacher leader. In your initial post, explain the article and relate it to your role as a teacher leader. In your discussion, consider if the article sufficiently supports you as a teacher leader or if something is missing in the article. What would make it stronger or more "teacher friendly"? Are there parts of it that are irrelevant or outdated? Be sure to respond to at least three of your colleagues once you make your initial post. Your initial post is due by 11:59 p.m. Discussion 2: The Official Code of Georgia Annotated . After you have familiarized yourself with O.C.G.A. Title 20, Chapter 2, choose one of the articles that has a direct impact on you as a teacher leader. In your initial post, explain the article and relate it to your role as a teacher leader. In your discussion, consider if the article sufficiently supports you as a teacher leader or if something is missing in the article. What would make it stronger or more "teacher friendly"? Are there parts of it that are irrelevant or outdated? Be sure to respond to at least three of your colleagues once you make your initial post. Your initial post is due by 11:59 p.m. Friday Nov 2 2018) 20-2-870. Right to leave for jury duty or when subpoenaed to testify in case arising from duties as teacher; teacher not to pay substitute; retention of juror's compensation JURY DUTY Each person employed as a teacher in any public school of this state shall be allowed a leave of absence without loss of pay and without deduction of any amounts otherwise received as compensation for service as a teacher, for the purpose of attending any court as a juror or when subpoenaed to testify in a case arising out of the person's duties as a teacher, such as the reporting of child abuse required by Code Section 19-7-5. Any teacher who serves as a juror or witness as provided in this Code section shall not have the jury or witness leave deducted from sick, personal, or professional leave. No teacher utilizing jury or witness leave under this Code section shall be required to pay the cost of employing a substitute teacher to serve in his absence on such jury or witness leave, and local boards of education may adopt policies regarding the retention by teachers of the compensation for serving on a jury.

Budget: $14.00

Due on: April 24, 2020 00:00

Posted: 6 months ago.

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