If a teacher does jury duty during the school year, it's very disruptive to the students, who rarely get taught as well by a sub. There's also a loss of continuity. Plus, it costs the taxpayers a significant amount extra, since the school district still pays the teacher his or her full salary, and ALSO has to pay a substitute teacher for the duration. With the entire summer off, there is no reason why teachers can't ...more »
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