2006 Louisiana Laws - RS 17:154.2 — Extended school day; compensation
§154.2. Extended school day; compensation
A.(1) The city and parish school boards shall provide additional compensation for any elementary or secondary public school teacher required to teach beyond the minimum daily session pursuant to R.S. 17:154 or R.S. 17:154.1 or beyond the average teaching school day observed during the 1985-1986 school session, at the option of the board.
(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of R.S. 17:154.2(A)(1), a city or parish school board requiring two hundred seventy-five minutes of daily instructional time in grades nine through twelve for the 1987-1988 or 1988-1989 school year shall be required to provide additional compensation to teachers of such classes in accordance with this Section only upon extending the required teaching time to more than three hundred minutes of daily instruction.
B. Parish and city school boards shall provide such additional compensation to each elementary and secondary school teacher as follows:
(1) The teacher's salary under the state minimum salary schedule for the current year pursuant to R.S. 17:421.3(A) shall be divided by one hundred eighty to determine the daily wage.
(2) The daily wage shall be divided by the average number of hours of instruction time per school day required in the 1985-1986 school year.
(3) The resulting wage per hour shall be multiplied by the average number of additional hours of required instructional time in excess of the teaching time required in the 1985-1986 school session, provided that any portion of an hour in excess of thirty minutes shall be counted as a whole hour.
C. The provisions of this Section shall not preclude any contract between a local school board and an individual teacher or any collective bargaining agreement which provides for additional compensation, other than as provided in this Section, for duties of a school teacher related to extracurricular activities beyond the minimum daily session or beyond the average teaching school day observed during the 1985-1986 school session.
Acts 1986, No. 751, §1; Acts 1988, No. 899, §1, eff. July 21, 1988.
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