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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.


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There is no vacation policy or pay for substitute teachers.


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