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Old 09-01-2019, 09:39 AM
 
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Our state requires you to apply for a substitute teaching license which is pretty much just a fee and a transcript pricing you have a Bachelor's degree.
The hiring district then requires you to pass a background check, drug tests, physical, TB test, etc.
As long as you have these, you can sub.
And each district has their own say in whether or not you need to be a credentialed teacher to be a long term sub.
My district does not, so any sub can long term. We have a huge shortage of teachers AND subs, so many subs will fill year long vacancies.
The state recently added short term subs, which only require an associate's degree, but you can only fill daily subbing positions.
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