Parents raise money for teacher on sick leave

Parents of children at a San Francisco elementary school are raising money for a teacher after finding out she would have to pay for her own substitute while on extended sick leave.
0:25 | 05/10/19

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A popular San Francisco teacher on extended leave for breast cancer treatment is getting some much needed financial help from the parents of her students. They've raised more than thirteen thousand dollars toward the cost of a substitute teacher that she's required to pay. State law mandates that teachers cover those costs once they've used up their ten days of sickly. During that leave a 195. Dollar it is taking taken out of their daily wages.

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