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Like it does for individuals in all professions, retirement eventually comes calling for teachers. And after a career of helping students learn, grow, and thrive, there are several ways retired teachers can continue to make a difference in education — while enjoying a greater level of flexibility. Tutor No matter the grade level or subject, tutors play an important role … Read More
About the Author: Mike Teng is Swing Education’s CEO and one of the company’s co-founders. It goes without saying that substitute teachers play a big part in student success — after all, the average student spends about six months of their K-12 career with a sub. Unfortunately, as I witnessed during my five years with Rocketship Public Schools, the substitute teacher … Read More
Whether it be in the operating room or the classroom, Dr. Menen Mathias-Fredericks has dedicated her career to making a difference. Menen, a Swing Education substitute teacher, spent many years in the medical field before becoming a K-12 educator. After attending medical school and completing her residency in general surgery, she embarked on a career in research and healthcare education, … Read More
There are several advantages to getting your substitute teaching permit. For one, you’ll have access to more substitute teaching opportunities — many assignments require permitted substitute teachers. Additionally, you’ll make more money — oftentimes, requests for permitted substitute teachers carry higher pay rates. The easiest way way to obtain your permit in California is with a qualifying SAT score. If … Read More
Teaching runs in Haley Brucato’s family. So does Swing Education. Haley was raised by educators — her mother and grandmother are teachers. Couple that with her own positive experiences as a student, and it’s only natural that Haley decided to pursue a career in education. “I don’t know if teaching is in our blood or I’ve just grown up around … Read More