Originally Posted by Bacchus
I have no idea what your talking about. You have an angry substitute in your story and I gave that substitute a full time job with health insurance. and I am keeping that person down
You are the epic fail.
No I get it. Ignoring unintended consequences and perverse incentives is what you guys do.
But in reality, what already limits many of those substitute teachers is that union contracts prohibit them from taking on more permanent roles without receiving union schedule pay and benefits. That threshold varies, but for decades, it has served as an incentive to keep subs under a certain (full time-ish) threshold. That threshold has now been lowered even further by the ACA.
It takes a special type of Utopian though to figure that these (mostly Public) employers will stop doing what they've already been doing for years.