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(a) Certificated teachers serving a school term of 140 instructional days or more shall be credited with a year of teaching service.
(b) Fractional years of teaching, either through teaching full days under a contract for less than a full term, or through teaching part of a day under a full-term contract, or part of an instructional day under a contract of less than a full term may be converted to full school terms to determine creditable service. No part-time teaching may be credited for placement on the district salary schedule unless the terms for the part-time teaching are specifically stated in the contract.
(c) Teaching days less than a full instructional day shall be given a fractional value. This value times the number of days actually taught shall give the number of equivalent instructional days.
(d) Repealed 1/22/81.
(e) No creditable year may be counted until July 1, following the completion of the creditable year.
(f) The provisions of (b) - (d) of this section are not retroactive and become effective July 1, 1971.
(g) For salary purposes, credit shall be given for military service in cases where the teacher's actual service in Alaska has been interrupted and the teacher immediately returns to teaching in an Alaska public school upon completion of such service. One year of creditable service shall be granted for each year of military service up to a maximum of five years.
History: In effect before 7/28/59; am 6/9/61, Register 3; am 9/8/66, Register 24; am 10/14/68, Register 27; am 5/30/71, Register 38; am 1/22/81, Register 77
Authority: AS 14.03.030
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