Black History – Free Educator Resources, Lesson Plans, and Stories

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*Swing recommends that substitute teachers get all outside teaching resources approved by the school prior to sharing with students. February is Black History Month, a time when we celebrate and acknowledge the contributions made by African-Americans to American history.  Whether you are helping to execute lesson plans, or seeking ways to increase your own knowledge, below, we share ways to … Read More

When Schools Reopen, Will You Be Prepared?

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THE COVID CRISIS: The rise of COVID-19 has brought about some unprecedented times in just about all aspects of our daily lives. It has impacted healthcare, economics, government, and education, in ways that will have implications well beyond the quarantine period.  For millions of Americans, COVID-19 has resulted in unemployment. In a matter of weeks, we transitioned from an economy … Read More

DC Back to School Kick Off!

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Swing Education DC Back to School Kick Off

Your success in this new school year is our #1 priority, which is why we’d love to invite you to our DC Back to School Kick Off event. Please join us on Tuesday, August 13th from 11:30am-1:30pm, for a complimentary lunch, meeting with the KIPP DC and DC Prep school teams, networking, free prizes, and discussions on classroom tips and … Read More

The Complete Guide to Becoming a Substitute Teacher in Texas

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Substitute Teach In Texas

If you live in Texas — or are relocating there — and are looking for an opportunity to enjoy flexible, meaningful work with students, you may have thought about exploring substitute teaching jobs in Texas. There are so many reasons to become a substitute teacher, whether it’s a temporary transition, a life-long career path, or anything in between. People arrive at … Read More