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substitute teacher

A teacher who takes the place of another teacher who is absent from school for some reason, such as illness.
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Firing or replacing the dancing man may be difficult as Oklahoma has recently been hit with a statewide shortage of teachers and substitute teachers, (http://www.
Summary: Resolution specifies incentives to be paid to substitute teachers in public schools
today announced a partnership to help the county recruit, train and hire top-tier substitute teachers for classrooms across the region.
school districts spend more than $4 billion annually to fill gaps in teaching staff while shortages of substitute teachers are widespread across the country, we believe there is strong demand for this type of online marketplace.
EDUCATION minister Costas Kadis said on Friday he was caught off-guard by the announcement a day earlier of primary school teachers that they will go on strike next week to protest the widespread use of substitute teachers.
As a bilingual teacher in the Denver, Tempe and Phoenix districts, she learned to get to know substitute teachers and call them personally to step in for her.
JEDDAH: Nearly five years after the late King Abdullah ordered that all substitute teachers be made permanent, many teachers are still awaiting permanent contracts.
Underqualified substitute teachers, double shift schooling and multi-grade class teaching are among the reasons stated in the report for decreasing educational standards, according to a SE[micro]zcE- report on Sunday.
TAXPAYERS forked out [euro]160million on substitute teachers last year - with one taking home [euro]61,299.
Headquartered in Cherry Hill, NJ, S4T provides substitute teachers, paraprofessionals, and educational support staff to over 150 K-12 school districts.
Drawing on these narratives, I have underscored a sense of the complexity in moments where lives meet, and also raised questions about the experiences of substitute teachers in such moments.
All schools supported one to three outside PD per year and substitute teachers, but health teachers reported lack of PD access due to funding.