Contents 1 General qualifications 2 Pay and benefits 3 Substitute Educator's Day 4 References 5 External links


General qualifications[edit] In some regions, the qualifications for substitute teaching may not be as strict as those for a regular teacher. Most areas require a college degree, and some the successful completion of competency tests; others require only that the applicant possess a high school diploma or its equivalent; full teaching qualifications are required for long-term assignments.[2] Long-term substitutes, who may be assigned to a class for up to an entire semester, generally require full teaching qualifications in the subject area of the class to be taught. Some school administrators may not hire full-time teachers unless they have had substitute teaching experience.[3]


Pay and benefits[edit] In 2015, the National Substitute Teachers Alliance estimated the national average pay for a substitute teacher in the United States as US$105 per day with a range of US$20 (although $3.08 per hour would be below minimum wage in any state) to US$190, although most districts pay well below $100 per day. In Connecticut, for example, the typical rate in a city/town district is about $80 per day (or $11.43 per hour). A few state schools pay as much as $150 per day. The Alliance also reported substantial variation in benefits with substitute teachers in some locales receiving no benefits while others receive sick time, retirement, or other benefits especially in areas where substitute teachers have a union.[4] The comparatively lower wages for the employees of school districts is often credited to the shorter work day (6.22-7.17 hours). The length of time spent each day at other jobs is roughly 15 percent longer.[5] Average U.S. Salaries Principal $90,410 Teacher $56,282 Substitute Teacher (if 182 days worked) $14,560 In Australia, the rate can vary between states and between sectors. In the state of Victoria, teachers in a Catholic school can earn $41 per hour or $246 per day,[6] whereas in the New South Wales public school system, teachers can earn between $239 and $327 per day depending on experience.[7] In the Republic of Ireland, substitute teachers in secondary schools are paid a rate of €46.85 per hour for qualified teachers and €40.85 for unqualified teachers.[8] In primary schools qualified teachers are paid at a rate of €164.26 per day.[9] In Canada, substitute teachers are fully certified teachers, and are paid regular salary when employed as long-term occasionals (LTO), or paid a daily rate of about $240 to $300 per day. In the United Kingdom, supply teachers employed by a local education authority or school directly must be paid a daily rate of 1/195 of the annual salary to which they would be entitled were they employed in the position on a full-time basis.[10] Teachers employed through agencies are not subject to this rule, unless they have been working for the same hiring institution for more than 12 weeks, but nevertheless daily rates are generally around UK£100–125.


Substitute Educator's Day[edit] The United States observes a Substitute Educator's Day, which was instituted by the National Education Association (NEA). The purpose of this day is to highlight the role and importance of the substitute teacher by providing information about, advocating for, and helping to increase appreciation and respect for this unique professional. This day also focuses on the needs of substitutes, which include better wages and health benefits and continual professional development. Substitute Educator's Day is observed by some on the 3rd Friday of November during American Education Week. Other countries and jurisdictions have similar observances.[citation needed] National Substitute Teacher Appreciation Week, or SubWeek, is also observed by some districts in the US and is held the first full week in May.[11]


References[edit] ^ "What is Emergency Teacher Certification? - Blog". 2012-04-02. Retrieved 2017-06-29.  ^ Requirements for Substitute Teachers by State ^ Not Just a Warm Body: Changing Images of the Substitute Teacher. ERIC Digest ^ "Frequently Asked Questions". National Substitute Teachers Alliance. 2015. Retrieved July 26, 2015.  ^ "Schools and Staffing Survey". National Center for Education Statistics. 2008. Retrieved September 6, 2017.  ^ [1] ^ [2] ^ Employment of Substitutes, Association of Secondary Teachers of Ireland ^ Appointment of Substitute Teachers, Irish National Teachers' Organisation ^ "Supply teachers Pay, conditions & working time Sept 2006 - Aug 2007" (PDF). National Union of Teachers. 2006-05-24. Retrieved 2006-12-28.  ^ http://stedi.org/subm/news-and-events/national-subweek/


External links[edit] "Tricks of the Trade": website that discusses the experiences of a substitute teacher, offers advice for people who want to be a substitute and why someone would want to go into the field Education World: Substitute Teaching: a complete description of the good, bad, and the ugly of Substitute Teaching Not Just a Warm Body: Changing Images of the Substitute Teacher - From the ERIC Clearinghouse on Teaching and Teacher Education Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Substitute_teacher&oldid=825418330" Categories: Education and training occupationsTemporary employmentHidden categories: All articles with unsourced statementsArticles with unsourced statements from October 2009


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