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Re: Question

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Donalyn Heise (dheise)
Fri, 18 Apr 1997 08:50:16 -0600

When I taught art in Louisiana, we had to have a degree in art to teach
art for the majority of our school day. However, if we had a minimal
number of college hours in another subject, such as English, we could
teach English for a minority of our day. I felt this was not beneficial
to the students. However, it did make it easier to fill positions.
Substitute teachers needed no degree, but it was preferred. Now that I
am in Nebraska, even substitute teachers need a degree in the
discipline that the teacher would be substituting for. This of course
has a negative side also, such as, it is sometimes difficult to find
enough subs on some days.