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How long can a person be a long term substitute teacher?

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2008-03-12 04:58:36
2008-03-12 04:58:36

In California, a substitute teacher holds a 30-Day Emergency Substitute Permit. So, a substitute teacher is not supposed to be in the same classroom for more than 30 days in one school year.

Some school districts try very hard to keep subs from going over the 30-day limit, partly to avoid cutting through the red tape, and partly to avoid having to pay the sub like a regular teacher. However, exceptions get made all the time, and it is not unheard of for a person with a sub permit to be in charge of a class for an entire school year due to an unfilled vacancy.

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