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ceilidh 7th-Feb-2013 04:41 pm (UTC)
I would honestly not be surprised if it was a substitute. When I taught in SC, I tried to never be out if I could help it because you never knew who would be in your classroom. You do not have to have a college degree or any training in working with children to be a daily sub in South Carolina. (You have to be a certified teacher in whatever age/grade/subject is appropriate to be a long term sub, like for maternity or other long term leave.) In the district where I worked, subs were contracted through a temp agency and they got a couple days of "training" and then they were on the list. They were paid next to nothing, so really good, dependable, honest people were very hard to come by because they had other jobs.

Where I live now, I believe you have to be a certified teacher to be a sub.
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