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(a) Repealed 6/10/83.
(b) When any regularly certificated teacher in any of the public schools of Alaska is obliged to be absent from duty, under an order of any court of competent jurisdiction, either as a witness or juror, or similar circumstances, the regular salary of the teacher must be paid in the usual manner during the necessary period of absence. When it is necessary to employ a substitute for this teacher, the salary of the substitute shall be paid in the usual manner. Any amount of compensation received by the teacher for service as a witness or juror shall be deducted from the teacher's first pay period following the service. This section does not apply if a teacher is a party to a civil or criminal case.
(c) Labor Day, Memorial Day, and July 4 may not be counted as legal holidays in a public school unless the school is normally in regular session the day after those holidays.
History: In effect before 7/28/59; am 9/24/65, Register 20; am 9/6/66, Register 24; am 10/14/68, Register 27; am 1/22/81, Register 77; am 6/10/83, Register 86; am 9/22/84, Register 91
Authority: AS 14.03.050
AS 14.07.020 (1)
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