Crazy expensive but SFUSD has a need.
Northern California is HUGE. Where in NorCal will you be?
On 1/26/17, sped wrote:
> On 1/17/17, Jim Welles wrote:
>> Dear forum members,
>> I am planning to work as a substitute teacher for a
>> of time and was hoping someone could let me know which
>> districts in northern California generally have a high
>> demand for substitute teachers. I have flexibility as to
>> where I can move to be closer to the schools that have
>> most demand.
>> Many thanks in advance for any available info. Jim
> I don't really understand someone moving states to be a
> sub, particularly Northern California, which is not
> The entire Bay Area is hurting for subs but it is the most
> expensive place to live in the US. Sacramento area also
> has healthy demand and somewhat cheaper cost of living.
> Those are the areas I am familiar with personally, but I
> have heard that the entire state has a shortage of subs,
> largely because we have a shortage of teachers. Anyone
> willing to work regularly as a sub could also get a job as
> an intern teacher and work towards certification for
> better, but admittedly not good, pay.
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