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are long term jobs posted on aesop?
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are any long term sub jobs posted on aesop. I have never seen any and so I am wondering if they ever show up in aesop.


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Old 11-03-2009, 10:55 AM
 
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When I JUST started subbing there were several long term sub jobs posted on Aesop (assignments several weeks long). There was only one last year - a two-week fourth grade job. I think some might be posted, but others just go to preferred subs already and/or are snapped up immediately.
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In my neck of the woods, long-term jobs are posted on the county ROE site along with regular positions. I believe my state requires a long-term sub to be a certified teacher, so they treat it like any other teacher position. But in reality long-term subs are usually hand-picked and the posting is just a formality. Good luck to you; it would be nice to be in the same place every day for a while.
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Not in my area
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In my area, all long term substitute positions (usually 6 weeks or more) are posted on PAREAP or PAEducator. I have seen a few 3-4 day positions posted on AESOP but nothing longer than that. I think that if a teacher needed to be out for more than a week, the school might get a substitute that they are comfortable with to fill in.
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Old 11-03-2009, 05:56 PM
 
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How do you know if your school district uses AESOP? Does this apply to certain states?


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Your school district should tell you what system they use and give you a brochure with the instructions when you get hired as a sub.
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