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CACHE COUNTY, Utah (AP) -- Cache County educators may soon be able to consider substitute teaching long term.

By this fall, substitute teachers in the county are likely to be working through a private corporation -- instead of local districts. If that happens, substitute teachers will receive health benefits, retirement savings and vacation pay among other incentives.

The Cache and Logan school districts are pursuing a joint contract with Kelly Educational Staffing to manage their staffing needs.

Kirk McRae, a Cache County School District official, says the deal has not been finalized, but the districts are committed to making it happen.

McRae said the contract will be implemented in the Cache district in April. Logan district rolled out the plan to principals last Wednesday and future meetings are slated with faculty members.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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