To meet the demands of school districts to attract quality substitute teachers, STEDI.org announced on December 1, 2012 the launch of SubEssentials™ a 90-minute Introductory Course.
The goal for 2013 is to train every substitute teacher in America with specific skills for day-to-day substitute teaching. To help district reach this goal, STEDI.org is offering scholarships to the SubEssentials 90-minute introductory course when districts and organizations make it required to take the course.
The Fulton Count School District recently implements SubSkills™ Basic Online Training, a new program that will eliminate significant drain on its human resources department's time and resources.
STEDI.org thanks Congressman Rob Bishop for taking the time to recognize the hundreds of thousands of substitute teachers across the country and the service they provide to our students, faculty and staff.
Rethink the recruiting, training and retaining of substitute teachers by attending the SubSolutions 2012 National Conference in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, July 10 - 12, 2012.