I'm not sure if I should be upset about this, if my district is ripping me off, or if they're just too lazy to fix their pay system: I'm on a curriculum cadre that falls under extra duty. On my time sheet and on my paystub, it has the hourly rate at a little over $30/hr. However, what I'm actually getting paid for my hours worked is only about $20/hr. Besides the fact that I'd love to get paid an extra $10-12/hour, it just seems super off. I've emailed HR about this in the past for a different extra duty thing, and the response I got was that the board only approved it for the lower hourly rate, so that's what I get paid. But if the hourly rate on my time sheet and pay stub doesn't match what I'm actually getting paid, something weird is going on. Is this legal? I've contacted my school's union rep but I don't know if this is a union issue, an HR issue, a board issue.... or if I just have to deal with it. At this point I've done about 20-30 hours, which is a LOT of missing money if I should be fighting for the rate that's actually on all of my financial documents. Any tips or insight? I don't know enough about labor/payroll laws and regulations to know how to go about this.