I had read another post your wrote that says the seniority date is not restored which it what led me to inquire for further clarification. I just want to make sure. My husband left San Diego Unified in August 2013 and is signing a contract to return as a teacher this week. So his pay, seniority and permanent status will all be restored?
here is the link to your previous answer.
is hire date different than seniority date?
And we reference ed code 44931 if the district gives us any hassle about it?
So we have pursued the Ed Code 44931 with the district and our teachers union. Both has advised us that we are not understanding it correctly. They say this only kicks in when there has been an offer of permanent employment. The district is offering him a temporary contract but restored him all his years and credits in his pay for the temporary contract. We believe Ed code does not specify whether an offer is temporary or not in within the 39 months and thus that does not matter. He is being rehired as a history teacher which is the position he left 16 months ago. Is this correct? Or can the district do this to us?
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