Is anyone still on Career Ladder...for now?

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  1. Mrs. Mom

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    Just wondering who is still receives Career Ladder funding for extra duties, and whose school is cutting it.

    We are wondering if we put in all of these extra hours and won't receive a penny for it once summer rolls around and payments should be disbursed.

    Just curious what other schools who still used it are doing with it now that the school year is at its end. Do you think you will still get paid for the hours you did this year?
     
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  3. deserttrumpet

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    We're still on career ladder -with rumors that it will disapear soon.
     
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    I don't know what that means, it is stipend positions?
     
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    We still have Career Ladder, but I hear it'll be gone soon. I hate the idea of doing all this additional work of putting a binder together and in the end, it'll all be for nothing.
     
  6. Mrs. Mom

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    We got word onFriday that the state Senate committee had changed thier minds and it was going to be added into the budget so we SHOULD get paid this year for the hours already worked.

    My next question (since the Senate said it would not be funded during the 2010-11 school year) is what will I do about tutoring next year? Our district pays $10 an hour for tutoring with a max of 40 hours. $400 is not that much, and when you have to tutor several students for that $10, it sure averages out to peanuts. I think, if given an option, I will just not tutor. Sorry parents, but I think my own kids are worth more than that. They'd love for me to come home every afternoon after school instead of working with everyone else's kids.
     
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    We just got an email today about huge cuts that our Career Ladder is taking. Basically, teacher's will lose an estimated $6,600 between this year and next year because of it.
     

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