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Old 01-16-2009, 07:25 AM   #1
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How much do substitute teachers make in your school district?

We make $75 a day. Long term is a bit more. Our Super says that that rate is higher than a lot of other schools. Just curious.......
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Old 01-16-2009, 07:50 AM   #2
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In SC, it's $50 per day.
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Old 01-16-2009, 07:54 AM   #3
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$85, then goes up to $90 after 45 days, then $100 after 90 days.

Some districts around us are in the boonies and have a hard time getting subs so they pay more. With the longer drive, it evens out in the wash for me, so I stay local.
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Im in Georgia.
Subs get $75/day.
Long term subs (10+ consecutive days in the same position) get $125
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Old 01-16-2009, 08:19 AM   #5
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In NYC, it was $145/day when I was doing it a couple years ago. But now, they're apparently not hiring subs at all. In NYC, if you don't have a teaching license, you're supposed to be taking at least 6 credits a year towards the teaching degree while you have your sub license if you want to renew it, so I guess that's why we get more.
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Old 01-16-2009, 08:23 AM   #6
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Here in PA, the public school in my town is $90/day, I believe $100/day for a long term sub.

DD is a long term sub at a Catholic school here and she makes $100/day.
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Old 01-16-2009, 08:26 AM   #7
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Per diem for certified teachers is $114. For non-certified, it's $103. I know it goes up for long-term subs, but I don't know what it is. I also think (but don't know for sure) that only certified teachers can be long-term subs.
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In NYC, it was $145/day when I was doing it a couple years ago. But now, they're apparently not hiring subs at all. In NYC, if you don't have a teaching license, you're supposed to be taking at least 6 credits a year towards the teaching degree while you have your sub license if you want to renew it, so I guess that's why we get more.
What are they doing when teachers are absent if they're not hiring subs? Are they having other teachers cover? That has to happen a lot here when there aren't enough subs -- especially in the spring.

Where I live, you have to have a teaching license to sub. I don't think that's a statewide thing in PA, but it's definitely the case in my area.
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my husband subs in a city school in PA and makes $100./day...I think it goes up after 30 consecutive days to $110.
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Anyone can sub here-for $50 a day. If you have a teaching license it is $100. I was a long term sub last year for 6 wks and got $150 a day.
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What are they doing when teachers are absent if they're not hiring subs? Are they having other teachers cover? That has to happen a lot here when there aren't enough subs -- especially in the spring.

Where I live, you have to have a teaching license to sub. I don't think that's a statewide thing in PA, but it's definitely the case in my area.
I'm not sure of the details, since I only subbed for a year between undergrad and med school, but my mom is still working in the school system, and said basically they have to have the teachers cover. Because of budget cuts, they can't afford to hire subs. So either the teachers cover during their prep, or they combine classes. Combining classes though leads to a huge headache, because this is a special ed school where the kids range from very low functioning to normal IQ but behavoiral problems that don't allow them to be mainstreamed. So if they combine classes, you can have your regular class which is with the kids that can't read, write, don't know days of the week, etc. in the same class as the kids that are actually pretty sharp intelligence wise, but will flip desks over and sell drugs in the back of the classroom. And somehow, you're supposed to teach both of them at the same time

ETA: You don't need a teaching license for a per diem sub, just a bachelors. If you wanted to be a long term sub, you need a license. If you're per diem, you can't work more than 30 days in a row.
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Old 01-16-2009, 08:31 AM   #12
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What are they doing when teachers are absent if they're not hiring subs? Are they having other teachers cover? That has to happen a lot here when there aren't enough subs -- especially in the spring.

Where I live, you have to have a teaching license to sub. I don't think that's a statewide thing in PA, but it's definitely the case in my area.
Yes, and it drives the other teachers nuts because it's become so consistent. That's how they save money in DH's system. He's pretty much guaranteed to not have a prep period 2-3 per week.
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Here in my small TX town, it's $50 a day, certified teachers is $65 a day and long term is $85 a day.
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75 full day/ 35 half a day
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Old 01-16-2009, 08:58 AM   #15
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How interesting and how the rates vary!!!


I've been a sub for 26 years. I have a teaching degree and got my Michigan teaching certificate back in the late 80's. But since subbing suited me, I never updated my certificate. However, I still was able to do long terms which I've done quite a few (for just my school district) in the past 12 years. I even subbed a full year in '05-'06!

Unfortunately, the St of MI just changed their rules this year and because I don't have an updated certificate I can no longer sub long term.
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