Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Temecula Valley Unified School District.
Bachelor's degree and successfully completing a state test. There are only 180 days per year that students are in school, and a job assignment can be anywhere from 1 to 7 hours for a day. There are basically no benefits (vacation, holiday, sick, insurance, etc), so you are only paid for days worked.
HR is in denial about teacher's lack of compliance to Common Core.
There is no vacation policy or pay for substitute teachers.
Be patient to land a permanent position. Work hard and maintain a professional positive attitude. Do your best the kis deserve it.