As 2018 comes to a close, we wanted to look back on the 129 articles we published this year and determine which ones stood out to our readers the most.
After digging through our analytics, we've uncovered the 10 most-popular HRX stories of 2018:
What should districts do if an employee presents multiple documents to establish identity and work authorization on the Form I-9?
Can school administrators change teacher work hours during the school year?
Political subdivisions, such as school districts, colleges and community colleges, cities, or counties, are now required to post a first responder liaison notice.
The main goal of district recruiting efforts is finding and securing a fully certified teacher to serve students. When unable to fulfill this task, districts must use other avenues.
May a district pay an employee for waiving health care coverage?
Are districts required to pay employees for working outside of the official work calendar?
Multiple changes to the Texas Educator Certification Examination Program, including new vendors and limits to exam attempts, went into effect at the end of August.
Student growth measures became a required component of T-TESS and locally adopted systems in the 2018–2019 school year
Can districts terminate an employee who has exhausted all leave?
There are a lot of rules concerning teacher service records, but there are also a few myths. We separated fact from fiction in this article.