I would interview with them. They provide great opportunities for professional development.You will have to say that you are willing to work as a teacher assistant or special education assistant in addition to working as a teacher. They will provide training for working as an assistant and you will have more job opportunities open to you. You can ask them questions about anything. You will also have more opportunities if you agree to work in other areas besides your own neighborhood.
If I currently hold a California teaching Credential, can I substitute teach?
Don't go through with it. They were over a half hour late to my interview, never communicated any of the requirements, both financially and time related, that is required in order to actually start working for them.
Answered - Teacher (Former Employee) - Los Angeles, CA