I think that's probably true in a lot of other states. I taught in
Kansas years ago and it was four years for tenure back then. I bet
it still is.
On 4/25/16, Concerned employee wrote:
> On 4/05/16, Concerned employee wrote:
>> After working for a school district for four years could a
> school district hire a
>> teacher back the fifth year but not give the teacher tenure?
> Thank you for replying.... Just wanted to give you an update.
> I am in New Jersey. In New Jersey a teacher is eligible for
> tenure after 4 years. Tenure is award depending that you have
> been teaching in a position that you hold full certification
> for. I spoke with a representative from NJEA and it was
> explained that yes a school district could hire a teacher back
> for a fifth year without offering tenure. I really appreciate
> all the information you shared.
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