Questions and Answers about Tulare County Office Of Education

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Be friendly and honest. Be willing to change your methods of solving a problem with a child a moments notice, because Tulare County Office Education are always trying out new ideas.

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Mostly two people in the interview process asking you questions.

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Sometimes, notified the next day. Other times never notified. You'll need to call them to get the answer.

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I would leave if offered a full-time Teaching position in another county.

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I wasn't interviewed. I applied to be a County Substitute Teacher. I submitted by Credential and DOJ Fingerprint Clearance and they started receiving calls from Districts in the county.

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I enjoyed working with the students. There was never a day when I did not feel like attending work.

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The process was simple based on the fact that I was already on file as a football coach and fingerprinted through Family Builders Foster Care

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