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The ATPE Podcast: Supplemental Duties and Additional Duties and Contracts, Oh My!

Association of Texas Professional Educators
Association of Texas Professional Educators

Date Posted: 3/11/2022

You may be aware that certain obligations, over and above your primary duties, can be a part of your contract. These additional duties can be burdensome for educators, and they don’t always come with additional pay. It helps to know how supplemental and additional duties differ in this regard. You may also be wondering, are additional duties always required? And is working the concession stand a reasonable expectation for an educator? ATPE Managing Attorney Paul Tapp answers these questions and more in the third episode of a multipart series on contracts.

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The legal information provided here is for general purposes only. Individual legal situations vary greatly, and listeners needing individual legal advice should consult directly with an attorney. Please note: Rights based on the Texas Education Code may not apply to all. Many Texas Education Code provisions do not apply to public charter schools, and public school districts may have opted out of individual provisions through a District of Innovation plan. Eligible ATPE members may contact the ATPE Member Legal Services Department.