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What is the name of your state? PA

I am a long-term substitute who recently found a contracted position in another district. I gave my two weeks notice, and now my district says they can hold me for 60 days. There is nothing in the paperwork that I signed stating that policy, nor is there anything in the school district policy stating that rule.

It does say that professional employees, and temporary professional employees must give sixty days notice. However, there is nothing stated in the policy about long-term substitutes. What is the law?

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