Half of urban district's teacher sick leave called discretionary

Urban teachers aren't immune from a trend by many professionals to use sick days for errands, shopping or extra-long weekends, according to a new Center for American Progress analysis of 130,000 teacher absences in one district over a four-year period. Incentives to keep teachers in their classrooms on such days could help cut costs associated with hiring substitutes, the study says.

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