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Additional compensation for additional duties, Ohio public schools

Ohio Education Association

Additional compensation for additional duties, Ohio public schools

1962-63

by Ohio Education Association

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Published in [Columbus .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Teachers -- Ohio -- Salaries, etc,
  • Overtime -- Ohio

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title: Additional compensation for additional teaching duties

    SeriesIts Research report -- v. 17, no. 3, Research report (Ohio Education Association) -- v. 17, no. 3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination45 p.
    Number of Pages45
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14684769M

    Responsible Restart Plan; Academics & Student Learning Homepage; Data and Assessment; Elementary Education; English Learners; Gifted Services; Instructional Technology. For more information about the Ohio’s licensure standards, including fees for application, contact the Office of Educator Licensure at the Ohio Department of Education (ODE), 25 S. Front St., Columbus, OH , () or visit the center’s website at

    and local school district by employment contract with the teacher provides what shall constitute "regular duties" and "additional duties" and determines the amount of compensation relative to each, as authorized by Section , Revised Code. 2. Unless the . Hello Ohio County family. On August 26th, the first day of school, we will begin our food delivery program for students. We will be delivering meals (lunch and the next day's breakfast), via.

      Directory of Ohio Schools (Ohio Education Directory System) OEDS. By clicking the link above, you will have the ability to search for public and private schools in Ohio that are chartered by the State Department of Education and the State Board of Education. When you enter the school name and click SEARCH, if the result is blank, then the. Improper Compensation: You are prohibited from soliciting or receiving additional compensation, or any other thing of value, to perform your duties as a state employee. Revolving Door Policy: In all matters that you participate in as a state employee, you are prohibited from representing another person or entity before any public agency with.


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Additional compensation for additional duties, Ohio public schools by Ohio Education Association Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The contract shall specify the employee's administrative position and duties as included in the job description adopted under division (D) of this section, the salary and other compensation to be paid for performance of duties, the number of days to be worked, the number of days of vacation leave, if any, and any paid holidays in the contractual year.

Ohio public schools book The law requires districts to give written supplemental contracts to teachers who receive compensation for performing duties in addition to their regular teaching duties (Ohio Revised Code Section (RC) ).

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Census Bureau In FYOhio's public school per-pupil operating expenditures were $12,; this was $ (%) above the national average of $11, fully expend public funds to pay teachers additional compensation for such assigned additional duties as coaching recognized sports and the expenditure of such funds may include the payment of compensation and expenses of teachers attending profes­ sional meetings pertaining to coaching of recognized sports.

Columbus, Ohio, Janu Chapter ORGANIZATION. Members of legislative authority. (A) Except as provided in divisions (B) and (D) of this section, the legislative power of each city shall be vested in, and exercised by, a legislative authority, composed of not fewer than seven members, four of whom shall be elected by wards and three of whom shall be elected by electors of the city at large.

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Chapter COMMUNITY SCHOOLS. Creation of community school - general powers. (A) (1) A board of education may permit all or part of any of the schools under its control, upon request of a proposing person or group and provided the person or group meets the requirements of this chapter, to become a community school.

In addition to employees, certain volunteers, public officials, trainees, and student interns are covered by workers’ compensation. Injuries and Illnesses Covered Injuries and illnesses covered by workers’ compensation include injuries and illnesses that arise out of and in the course of employment.

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(1) Any compensation, other than as allowed by divisions (G), (H), and (I) of section of the Revised Code or other provisions of law, to perform the public servant's official duties, to perform any other act or service in the public servant's public capacity, for the general performance of the duties of the public servant's public office.

in performing such additional duties as the counci'l may determine, and such additional compensation for such additional duties as may be provided by the action of the council." Sec.

"The board of trustees of public affairs shall organize by electing one of. Additional Compensation Involving Work Within the University Policy × Email Copy and those working in activities and programs with minor participants in the course of their university duties. Graduate School Handbook; Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS) Ohio Revised Code, Employment of Minors.

Superintendent of public instruction - additional duties. (A) The superintendent of public instruction in addition to the authority otherwise imposed on the superintendent, shall perform the following duties: such standardized reporting forms and accounting procedures as are essential to the businesslike operations of the public.

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Nearly 7, physical therapists work in the school setting across the U.S., serving both the general education and special education student populations. Chartered Nonpublic School Information. A Chartered Nonpublic school is a private school that holds a valid charter issued by the state board of education and maintains compliance with the Operating Standards for Ohio's Schools.

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