substitute teacher


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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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Former Carpentersville substitute teacher guilty of sex assault, faces life in prison
ESS said this is an opportunity to further provide an alternative solution for long-term substitute teacher staffing needs, offering a full continuum of teacher staffing solutions across the company's customer base, while adding additional abilities around curriculum development and a solution for virtual charter schools.
A substitute teacher with Toledo Public Schools in Ohio is being investigated for allegedly having sex with an underage student in the classroom.
Two additional factors--a substitute teacher shortage and a lack of PD offerings--motivated Lake Elsinore USD to launch a microcredentials program that provides high-quality PD for teachers who might not be inclined to attend all-day or after-school sessions.
Dear Substitute pairs pictures by Caldecott Medalist Chris Raschka with events surrounding a substitute teacher's appearance in a story about changing routines, rules, and approaches to learning.
Kelly Educational Staffing is conducting a two-day hiring blitz for substitute teacher job openings in Jefferson Parish public schools.<br />The staffing firm's recruiting bus will park at the Jefferson Parish public school administration building at 501 Manhattan Blvd.
It tells the story of Dewey Finn, an out-of-work rock singer and guitarist who pretends to be a substitute teacher at a prestigious school.
In a horrific incident in North Carolina, a 12-year-old student was slammed on the ground by a substitute teacher over a trivial matter.
Astray from her image as a pop diva, Lady Gaga has disguised as a substitute teacher and taught students the value of kindness and optimism.
A 13-YEAR-OLD Spanish boy armed with a crossbow and a machete killed a substitute teacher and injured four people at his school in Barcelona.
In 2007, I was working as a substitute teacher in a suburban Philadelphia-area school district and doing everything I could to earn a full-time teaching position.
This article, which comes out of a research project exploring teaching as intellectual work, (1) focuses specifically on a young woman who worked as a substitute teacher after she graduated from a two-year teacher education program at her local university.