Thank you, all! Very helpful. If you happen to have the chance
to comment, was wondering which subjects are most in demand for
intern teachers and permanent teachers, in the event I stay in
teaching long term. I'm actually licensed as a lawyer in CA and
may return to lawyering, but in any case should be able to
handle social science and related classes as a teacher. Also,
English is my native language but I am fluent in Russian and
German and would be interested in teaching either or both of
those too. If you could shed any light on the most in-demand
subjects, that would be a big help. Thanks! Jim
On 2/12/17, DM wrote:
> Stockton Unified and Lodi Unified need subs....
> On 1/28/17, Northern CA is HUGE wrote:
>> 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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