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I doubt the principal
Old 01-09-2019, 04:10 PM
 
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will ask why you are leaving the assignment, deep down he knows he messed up.

If he does ask, you might consider responding (at least in your head) that the long term assignment was a test to see if YOU want to work there full time and you decided against it--full time work.

The joy of subbing is the freedom to choose. The trade off is less money and no assurance of work, but you don't get trapped into unfortunate school situations. You have nothing to regret in leaving a situation in which you got none of the support you requested and were blamed for being ignored by those who should have been supporting you.

You could suggest to the principal that he give the next sub more guidance on grading and a dedicated (in both senses of the word) teacher to help with lesson planning if the position isn't going to be filled this year.
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