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Old 07-22-2019, 05:27 PM
 
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I currently have a teaching job, private school, but am looking for a new job. I saw an ad for teaching position but it is for a long term sub position (from sept. to june) and I don't know whether I should apply. I know it's really hard to get a teaching job but if i got the job I'm afraid I wouldn't feel like it was really my classroom and that i would be feeling uncertain the whole year about whether i would have a job the next year. Any thoughts?


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Sept to June is a whole year. I would think that would be your classroom. However, the next year would definitely be at risk. Nothing to confirm a position the next year, but if you did a good job, there might be positions in the district for you?
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Yes, but if it’s posted as a long term sub you won’t be eligible for benefits. I’d have lots of questions in that interview.

They should be posting it as a one year only position. That’s crap. They’re trying to save money.
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It depends on the state you work.

I am from NYC and here a long-term sub does qualify for benefits if he/she works, I believe, 90 + consecutive days. So, check with your state/district about such an issue.
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