On 1/22/17, Karen wrote:
> On 1/15/17, Harpazo wrote:
>> I left the sub job after 8 years in
>> 2008. I want to know what is new in
>> NYC public schools in terms of
>> public school subbing journey was
>> frightening, to say the least.
>> I did not like the way subs were
>> not only by the kids but also by the
>> office staff and regular teachers. I
>> that subs were not accepted as equal
>> the teaching staff. I was more like a
>> baby-sitter in the eyes of the DOE and
>> district offices across the city. So,
>> anything changed in terms of subbing?
> You are actually required to TEACH as a
sub- no more
> "babysitting." I enjoyed subbing for
the DOE. Times have
> certainly changed since you left.
Additionally, you are
> required to have a principal (ANY doe
principal in any
> grade) to nominate you to become a sub.
Don't worry if
> you don't know a principal, simply send
out your resume
> because many schools need subs and
would rather pay
> for a sub than a full time teacher.
Good Luck and don't let
> your past experiences taint possible
new experiences. As
> a sub these day, you'll learn a lot!
What are the steps needed to become a sub
again? Do I need to apply with the DOE as
step one? Do I apply in person or online?
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