> In Hawaii all you needed was a HS degree. Some subs, that got long term jobs
> (in Special Ed no less), barely had a HS degree. Big wigs tried to say subs
> needed to be retired teachers or have a college degree, but because there is
> such a shortage of subs, they grandfathered in all current subs, some of those
> ³not great² subs. I have had some wonderful subs that didnıt have a degree,
> but had lots of experience that worked in their favor. If I need a sub I can
> request a specific one, that is good. But if I canıt get who I want I have to
> do a ³babysitting assignment². Itıs a problem everywhere I guess.
> Aloha Pam
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: WOODWARD <mailto:email@example.com>
>> To: ArtsEdNet Talk <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2003 11:11 PM
>> Subject: Subs in Texas
>> I have a few questions for the Texans in this group. In order to sub in
>> Texas, do you have to have a teaching certificate, or is it okay to just have
>> a bachelor's degree? What is sub pay? How do you get on the list to sub?
>> Thanks in advance to anyone who might have this information. It's really for
>> my brother-in-law, who lives near Dallas. We're in Memphis, where people are
>> still digging out from the terrible storm last Tuesday.