The Complete Guide to Becoming a Substitute Teacher in California

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If you’re reading this guide, you have an idea of how rewarding it can be to be a substitute teacher. You get to help out schools when they need a hand, keep students on track with their academic goals, and broaden and deepen your teaching skills.

But, it can be confusing to figure out how to make the idea of being a sub a reality. This guide can help you take the first steps that will lead you to the classrooms that need you the most.

Here’s the complete guide to becoming a substitute teacher in California.

Why become a sub

Before we dig into the nitty-gritty of becoming a sub, let’s take a look at why subbing is a rewarding path.

Make a difference

Subs are called into classrooms that have a teacher on an unexpected leave, to schools in the process of searching for new permanent staff, and to school districts facing teacher shortages. You can provide the support to the students who need it most.

Choose your schedule

As a sub, you can work when you want, where you want, and for as long as you want. If you have other commitments, work another job, or need to take care of your family, subbing can fit easily around your schedule.

Pick your classroom

As a sub, you’re never confined to a certain subject or school. You can visit the classrooms that are most appealing to you and experience teaching students of different ages and skill levels.

Boost your teaching skills

With all of this variety, you can hone your skills as an educator, gain more ease in front of the classroom, and get the experience you need to meet any teaching challenge.

Prepare for a permanent position

Subbing is a great stepping stone to becoming a permanent teacher. You’ll get an education in the character of the schools you visit and build crucial relationships with local communities.

Why Californians should start subbing

Here are a few reasons why you’ll want to go into subbing.

High salary

Subs in California are well compensated. You can earn an average of $20-$35/hour. In some schools, you can earn up to $280/per day.

High variety

As the largest state in the country, California has over 6 million students enrolled in public schools in over 1,000 school districts. No matter what your teaching preferences, you’ll be able to find a classroom to suit you.

High demand

California schools are struggling with teacher shortages — 80% of school districts report that they are understaffed and 35% say the problem continues to get worse. So qualified, dedicated subs are gold in the Golden State. The students and schools need you, which makes your choice to become a sub that much more meaningful.

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How to get a substitute teaching permit

Getting a California sub permit will allow you to access the most teaching opportunities, including those in public school districts. However, not all substitute teaching roles require a permit.

There are three different kinds of permits to consider:

  1. Emergency 30-Day Substitute Teaching Permit, the best choice for most prospective subs.
  2. Emergency Substitute Teaching Permit for Prospective Teachers, for subs currently studying to become credentialed teachers.
  3. Emergency Career Substitute Permit, for experienced California subs.

Meet the general qualifications

No matter which permit makes the most sense for you, you’ll need to complete the following tasks:

  1. Pass a basic skills test. You can satisfy this requirement in any of the following ways:
    1. The SAT: Score 500 or higher in Critical Reading and 550 or higher in Math.
    2. The ACT: Score 22 or higher in English and 23 or higher in Math.
    3. The California Basic Educational Skills Test (CBEST): Score at least 123 points. You can also qualify by passing the basic skills test of another state.
    4. The California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET): Multiple Subjects Plus Writing Skills Examination: Score at least 220 on all three sections of the test.
    5. The College Board Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations: Score 3 or higher in math (AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, or AP Statistics) and in English (AP English Language and Composition or AP English Literature and Composition)
  2. Pay the $100 processing fee. (Note: Swing Education reimburses all its subs for all costs associated with getting permitted, background checks, fingerprinting, and TB tests.)

Emergency 30-Day Substitute Teaching Permit

Who should get this permit

Get this permit if you’re just starting out and aren’t currently in school to become a certified teacher.

What this permit means

  • Teach as a day-to-day substitute in any classroom.
  • You can move from classroom to classroom throughout the entire school year, and you can sub for any individual teacher for up to 30 days (or up to 20 days for an individual teacher in special education classrooms).
  • After 30 days, you must sub in another teacher’s classroom.

How long this permit lasts

The permit is valid for one year, and may be renewed repeatedly.

Swing also offers reimbursements for permit-related expenses. Enroll now to get started!

Additional qualifications

  1. Provide transcripts for your baccalaureate or higher degree from an accredited institution.
  2. Undergo a criminal background check and submit fingerprint records.

Emergency Substitute Teaching Permit for Prospective Teachers

Who should get this permit

Get this permit if you’re currently enrolled in an accredited institution to become a certified teacher in California.

What this permit means

  • Teach as a day-to-day substitute in any classroom.
  • You may sub for any individual teacher for up to 30 days (or up to 20 days for an individual teacher in special education classrooms).
  • After 30 days, you must sub in another teacher’s classroom.

How long this permit lasts

The permit is valid for one year, and may be renewed only once.

Additional qualifications

  1. Provide transcripts for a minimum of 90 semester units of coursework at an accredited institution.
  2. Verify that you’re enrolled at an accredited 4-year institution in California with either official transcripts or a letter from the registrar.
  3. Undergo a criminal background check and submit fingerprint records.

Emergency Career Substitute Permit

Who should get this permit

Get this permit if you’re an experienced sub who has subbed for at least 90 days each year for three recent consecutive years in a single California county. This permit will allow you to sub in the same classroom longer than the 30-day permit.

What this permit means

  • Teach as a day-to-day substitute in any classroom.
  • You may work as a substitute teacher for up to 60 days for any one teacher during the school year (or up to 20 days for an individual teacher in special education classrooms).

How long this permit lasts

The permit is valid for one year, and may be renewed repeatedly.

Additional qualifications

  1. Provide transcripts for your baccalaureate or higher degree from an accredited institution.
  2. Verify recent experience totaling at least 90 days of subbing per year for three recent consecutive years in a single California county.
  3. Provide a letter of endorsement from the district superintendent or the county office of education.

For more information, visit the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.

How to get a background check

Unless you’re applying for a career substitute permit, you’ll need to go through the criminal background check process as part of your permit application.

To keep students safe, the state of California checks thoroughly into all prospective teachers’ histories. This includes but isn’t limited to:

  • Checking into your federal and state criminal history
  • Reviewing any reports in the international database of teacher misconduct associated with you
  • Investigating any history of complaints or flags from individual school districts

Steps to completing the background check

  1. Fill out the Application.
  2. If you have any incidents to report on your application, fill out the Professional Fitness Explanation Form for each incident.
  3. Get fingerprinted. (Note: Swing Education reimburses subs for costs associated with getting permitted, background checks, fingerprinting, and TB tests. Register with Swing, and we will provide you with more information)

Tips for your background check

  • Disclose everything.
  • Err on the side of over-reporting — include incidents even if they seem negligible to you, happened when you were a minor, or happened in another state.
  • Be thorough and specific.

Red flags on a background check

The following will bar you from teaching in the state of California:

  • Any violent crime
  • Any first- or second-degree crime
  • Any crime that endangered others
  • Most drug offenses

Like a court, the Commission will take the following into consideration when evaluating your criminal history:

  • Age when the crime occurred
  • Time elapsed since the crime occurred
  • Severity of the crime
  • Your record as a whole

How to get a TB test

The state also requires that all staff working with students provide evidence of a negative tuberculosis scan. A TB test is a two-step process.

  1. A small amount of fluid is injected into the skin of your arm. This forms a little bubble.
  2. You return to the TB testing site 48- to 72-hours after you’ve received your injection so the clinicians can examine the effects of the test.

If your test is negative, you’ll be provided results that you can share with your employers. If your test is positive, TB can be easily treated.

Options for completing a TB test

  • Visit any WellnessMart location.
  • If you can’t make it to a WellnessMart, you can go to your doctor or any other clinic.

Once you’ve completed the above, you’ll be ready to sub in California!

Excited? Register with Swing and get started today!

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50 Comments on “The Complete Guide to Becoming a Substitute Teacher in California”

  1. My name is Martha Ortiz, I’m interesting to be part of the swing program. I have more then 10 years in working in the early education program in different agencies. Please considered my application and give me the opportunity to be part of the program.

  2. Therefore, if I sub for a full 30 days straight or for example throughout a 2 month-period in different schools, I will have to pay another $100 to renew the Emergency 30-Day Substitute Teaching Credential?

  3. I’m applying to be a sub in CA. The application states that I have to pass a physical exam to ensure I don’t have a disabling disease (code 44839). The application says to contact human resources if I feel I should be exempt from this. I’ve never had any disease. How can I show I’m exempt? There’s probably no way around it, I just thought I would check. Thank you!

    1. Hi Chase,

      I passed your question along to our substitute teacher support team, but we’re encountering a little bit of confusion with the specifics of your question. I’d like to learn more about your situation to be able to better assist — can you please send me an email (andy@swingeducation.com) with a few more details about where in the application process the physical exam requirement is mentioned? That might help us be able to more accurately answer your question.

      Thanks,
      Andy
      -Swing Education Content and Community Marketing Manager

  4. If I already have a preliminary teaching credential (CA Mild/Moderate Specialist), do I still need to get a 30-day permit? Thanks!

    1. Hi Patti,

      Thanks for your question!

      As long as your preliminary teaching credential is still valid, you will not need to get the 30-day permit.

      -Andy
      Swing Education Content and Community Marketing Manager

  5. IIhave a lifetime substitute teaching certificate from Washington which is where I earned my teaching degree. If I move to California and want to sub there, would I still be required to take the skills tests even though I’ve been subbing for 16 years?

    1. Hi Wendy,

      Thanks for the question.

      California does have some reciprocity programs for educators with certificates from other states, but there is still a permit application process. I’d recommend checking out this site for more information: https://www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/out-of-state-sub

      Feel free to email me (andy@swingeducation.com) if you have any further questions about this or if I can be of any assistance.

      Thanks,
      Andy
      (Swing Education Content and Community Marketing Manager)

    1. Hi Avril,

      Yes, Swing does recruit subs who earned degrees in another country, but you’ll have to get your transcript evaluated by a recognized foreign transcript evaluation service. Here’s a resource that might help if you are looking to teach in California: https://www.ctc.ca.gov/docs/default-source/leaflets/cl635.pdf?sfvrsn=bb4f6e6a_6

      Feel free to email me (andy@swingeducation.com) if you have any further questions.

      Thanks,
      Andy

      (Swing Education Content and Community Marketing Manager)

    1. Hi Sissie,

      Yes, you can be a substitute teacher with Swing Education if you have a bachelor’s degree in any subject.

      Feel free to email me (andy@swingeducation.com) if you have any other questions about working with us or how to get started.

      Thanks,
      -Andy
      Content and Community Marketing Manager

  6. Does the CBEST ever expire? I took it about 10 years ago and am looking at substitute teaching again.

    1. Hi Jonathan,

      Thanks for your question.

      Good news: According to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, your scores are valid for life:

      “Once the CBEST examination has been passed, it need not be taken again since it indefinitely satisfies the basic skills requirement necessary for certification and program enrollment.”

      Please feel free to reach out to me (andy@swingeducation.com) with any additional questions/if you’d like more information about working with Swing Education.

      All the best,
      Andy (Swing Education Content and Community Marketing Manager)

  7. What are the next steps after getting a 30-day Substitute Teaching Permit? Should I be contacting schools directly? How does it work?

    1. Hi Niketa,

      Thanks for reaching out!

      As far as next steps, I’d recommend visiting this website (https://swingeducation.com) and selecting the “Get Started” button near the top of the page. That will direct you to a very brief registration form (it should take you only a few minutes to fill out). Once we receive your information, our team will be in touch with you with next steps to help you get up and running in a classroom near you.

      Please feel free to reach out (andy@swingeducation.com) if you have any questions.

      Thanks,
      Andy (Swing Education Content and Community Marketing Manager)

    1. Hi Susan,

      Although requirements to be a substitute teacher vary by school and region, Swing does require all of our substitute teachers to hold a bachelor’s degree (in any subject).

      Thanks,
      Andy

      (Swing Education Content and Community Marketing Manager)

  8. It’s been a while since I was a substitute. I need to renew my 30 day permit, is it possible after 6 years?

    1. Hi Lisa,

      Yes, it is possible to renew your 30-day permit after 6 years.

      You can apply online for renewal (access your educator account here: https://www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/ctc-online—your-educator-account) or via a paper-based application. If you’re having trouble locating your educator account credentials, you can get that information from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing – Certification Division by emailing them: credentials@ctc.ca.gov.

      I hope that information helps. Please let me know if you have any further questions.

      Thanks!
      -Andy (Swing Education Content and Community Marketing Manager)

  9. Hi,
    I am wondering if it is possible to get the Emergency substitute teaching permit for prospective teachers if you are not currently in a teaching program. I am in a humanities program at a 4 year accredited California college and have over 100 units. I love teaching but am not aspiring to do it as a full time job after graduating. Would I still be able to get this permit and work as a sub?

    1. Hi Sara,

      Yes, you would! Once you earn your undergraduate degree (in any subject — you don’t need to be in a teaching program) you’d be able to obtain your substitute teaching permit once you satisfy California’s basic skills requirement. There are a few different ways to satisfy the basic skills requirement: If you received a qualifying score on your SAT you can simply use those scores (here’s more information on that process: https://swingeducation.com/resources/california-substitute-teaching-permit-getting-sat-scores/), or you can take (and pass) the CBEST. (There are a few other options as well, but those are the two we generally have found to be the easiest.)

      Feel free to reach out to us (talent@swingeducation.com) if you have any further questions.

      Thanks,
      Andy (Swing Education Content and Community Marketing Manager)

  10. I have over 100+ units at a city college, therefore only receiving an AA degree. I’m taking one more class this Spring for a psyche degree to transfer to a state college this Fall. Would I be eligible to become a sub next semester? Thank you!

    1. Hi Hannah,

      The best option for your situation would be to pursue the prospective permit, which is designed for college students. You’ll be eligible to sub once you receive your prospective permit — you can apply for it after you move to the state college.

      There are a few other requirements as well, but they should be doable. Here’s the best place to find the information you’ll need: https://www.ctc.ca.gov/docs/default-source/leaflets/cl505d.pdf?sfvrsn=0

      Let me know if you have any additional questions.

      Thanks,
      Andy (Swing Education Content and Community Marketing Manager)

  11. I am a military spouse and we are currently stationed in Los Angeles. I have a master’s degree. Do I need to take the CBEST before I can even start to substitute? I heard you can sub for up to a year before you are required to have it. I have substituted in other states.

    1. Hi JL,

      Since you have your bachelor’s degree, you may be eligible for some substitute teaching assignments in Southern California that do not require a permit, but we at Swing are not currently adding new, non-permitted subs.

      However, if you have received your permit from another state, you might be able to receive a California permit without the CBEST. Here’s more information on that.

      Also, if that doesn’t work out, the CBEST isn’t the only way you can fulfill California’s basic skills requirement, which you’ll need to do to earn your permit. If you achieved qualifying SAT scores, that would also satisfy the requirement. Here’s more information on that: https://swingeducation.com/resources/california-substitute-teaching-permit-getting-sat-scores/

      I hope this information is helpful. Please let me know if you have any further questions.

      Thanks,
      Andy (Swing Education Content and Community Marketing Manager)

  12. I am a newly credentialed teacher and was hired to be a full-time substitute for a teacher out on maternity leave. What are the rules for being in the same classroom all year long? Does the 30 day limit apply here?

    1. Hi Ruth,

      To help me better answer your question, can you specify what sort of credential you hold?

      If you have 30-day emergency substitute permit, you can substitute for any one teacher of record for a maximum of 30 days in a school year, so it would be considered a mis-assignment to go over 30 days for this one teacher on leave. But would be OK with other sorts of certifications, and even if you do hold a 30-day permit, there actually is a program called the TPSL (teaching permit for statutory leave) that would allow you to cover the teacher on leave for the entire duration of their leave.

      Here are more details on that: https://www.ctc.ca.gov/docs/default-source/leaflets/cl902.pdf?sfvrsn=526b8c66_0

  13. I’ve taken CBEST about 2003, but due to house fire, I no longer have a copy of my certificate or card. Will you be requiring a copy of CBEST certificate? I took the test in Montclair CA if I recall correctly. I’m very interested in being a sub teacher.
    Thank you.

    1. Hi Cecilia,

      Every person’s CBEST results should be on file with the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing already. If you have applied for a sub permit in the past, ideally, your scores would appear in your profile automatically. If you would like to order additional scores just to be safe, you will have to do that through Pearson. Here is their info:

      CBEST Program
      Evaluation Systems group of Pearson
      P.O. Box 340880
      Sacramento, CA 95834-0880
      (916) 928-4001
      (TDD) 928-4191
      Automated Information System (24 hours a day) (800) 262-5080
      Email: cbestmail@nesinc.com
      Website: http://www.ctcexams.nesinc.com/
      Please include your postal address in email messages.

      I hope that helps — let me know if I can answer any other questions.

      Thanks,
      Andy (Swing Education Content and Community Marketing Manager)

  14. Hello!

    I am solely interested in subbing High School and/or Junior High. Which test/process would be best to accomplish this? Thank you!

    1. Hi Elijah,

      If you are looking to teach in California, you’ll want to consider obtaining your substitute teacher permit. Holding a permit will give you access to the widest range of assignments. You’d then be free to accept high school and/or junior high assignments and pass on the others. (There actually are not different permits for lower school/middle school/high school.) The first step to earning your permit is to complete California’s basic skills requirement. There are a few ways to do this. The most common are by recording a passing score on the CBEST or retrieving your SAT scores if you scored a 500 or higher in Critical Reading and 550 or higher in Math. (Here’s more information on that: https://swingeducation.com/resources/california-substitute-teaching-permit-getting-sat-scores/)

      Once you’ve satisfied that basic skills requirement, please email us talent@swingeducation.com, and we’ll walk you through the next steps to get your permit.

      (If you do not wish to obtain your substitute teaching permit, there are certain regions in California where we are looking for substitute teachers who have bachelor’s degrees but not permits. If this applies to you, feel free to respond to this comment and let me know where you would like to teach; I’ll then be able to provide more information.)

      Thanks,
      Andy (Swing Education Content and Community Marketing Manager)

  15. Hello,
    I am a certified elementary K-8 teacher with 17 years experience. I am temporarily moving down to the Los Angeles area to take care of my father. I was hoping I could sign up to work as a substitute. Could you please inform me of the steps I need to take to work as a substitute teacher in CA?

    Thank you,
    Dana Plant

  16. How long does the application process normally take? I submitted my application in August and it is now December. I keep checking the CTC website and the mail for any updates, but it still says “Pending Evaluation”. And the website says not to contact them about the application status, so I’ve just been a sitting duck for the past 4 months.

    1. Hi Anna,

      Thanks for your question. I’m sorry to hear that you’ve had to wait so long to hear back on your permit application. We’d recommend trying to schedule an in-person appointment at your local County Office of Education — we suggest making an appointment with a Credentialing Specialist, if possible. Also, make sure to bring all of the permit-related materials you have with you to the appointment.

      I hope that helps. Let us know if you have any additional questions.

      Thanks,
      Andy

      (Swing Education Content and Community Marketing Manager)

  17. Hello, with the 30 day emergency permit, is there a max number of days I can work per year? I understand that I can only teach thirty days consecutively, but as long as I rotate assignments I could theoretically work everyday of the year? How long does the process take to become a sub through swing?

    1. Hi Sean,

      Thanks for your post. With the 30-day permit, you can only work 30 consecutive days in one classroom, but if you rotate, there’s no limit on the number of assignments you can take.

      The exact time it will take to start subbing with Swing Education depends on a few factors (i.e. if you have your permit already), but we have a dedicated team that will help you get setup, and it’s generally a relatively quick process. I’d recommend filling out this form (it should take only 2 or so minutes) to get started: https://subs.swingeducation.com/#/sub/onboard-form

      Our team will guide you through the process from there; you can also email us talent@swingeducation.com with any questions.

      Best,
      Andy (Swing Education Content and Community Marketing Manager)

  18. I want to sub but your pool is full in my area and I am just in the beginning of this process. I am going to sign up to take the CBEST, get a background check and get my fingerprints done as it seems that has to be done anyways . If I want to get a credential to sub for a certain subject, example-Elementary Math or 7th grade Science, do I need to take a certain test to obtain a credential for this? Are there classes I can take to prepare and become a more educated teacher in certain subjects? I am really interested in Math and Sciences and teaching kids the fun in learning one or both.
    Thanks,

    Danny

    1. Hi Danny,

      Thanks for your comment. Many of our subs obtain the 30-day emergency permit — with this, you’ll be able to teach a range of subjects. You could then decide to accept the math/science assignments you see rather than other subjects.

      As far as specific questions about getting started with Swing in your area (and what might make sense as far as next steps), I’d recommend contacting our talent team directly. If you live in Southern California, the email address is: talentsocal@swingeducation.com. If you live in Northern California, it’s: talentnorcal@swingeducation.com.

      I hope that information helps.

      Best,
      Andy (Swing Education Content and Community Marketing Manager)

  19. Hello, I have an Associate Degree in Social Science as well as over 90 completed credits (between 3 different institutions) and am planning on continuing my education online through Ashford University or University of phoenix. I know the AA degree isn’t required but would the credits and plans of enrolling at one of those two schools qualify me to substitute teach under the guidelines of “Emergency Substitute Teaching Permit for Prospective Teachers”.

    Thanks for your assistance,
    – Richard

    1. Hi Richard,

      We checked in with the California Commission on Teaching Credentials about this, and here’s what we heard back:

      Unfortunately, “plans of enrolling at one of the two school” does not qualify you for the prospective permit. An educator must currently be enrolled in courses at regionally-accredited four-year California college or university as verified by original official transcripts or an original letter for the university’s registrar. Additionally, the minimum 90 semester units must be accepted by and posted to a transcript from a regionally-accredited four-year California college or university.

      I hope that helps — please do get in touch with us again once you enroll in one of those four-year institutions.

      Best,
      Andy

  20. Hello,
    I am about to complete my doctor of pharmacy degree in few months. I want to become substitute teacher in or near Lathrop, Ca. Can u tell me which test should I give and do I need to go to schools for applying or some agency? How much time does it take to for the whole process?

    1. Hi Seerat,

      Because you already have your undergraduate degree, you may be able to start subbing in some classrooms — some schools/assignments don’t require a substitute teacher permit/teaching credential.

      However, if you’d like access to more assignments/higher-paying assignments, we’d recommend you to obtain your 30-day substitute teaching permit. Here’s more information on how to get it: https://swingeducation.com/resources/how-to-apply-for-the-california-emergency-30-day-sub-permit/

      The time it takes to complete the process depends on how long it will take you to satisfy the basic skills requirement. If your old ACT/SAT scores are high enough to satisfy the requirement, you’ll just need to go through the background check process. If you need to take the CBEST or a test of that nature, it might take a bit longer.

      As far as subbing with schools vs. an agency, there are pros and cons to each. I’d invite you to spend a few minutes filling out this registration form to take the next steps with Swing Education, and our team will assist you from there.

      I hope that helps — let me know if you have any further questions.

      Best,
      Andy

  21. Hi,
    I am a current student through Oregon State University and I am pursuing a BA in Sociology and plan to teach full time once I have a BA and teaching credential. I believe I fit all the criteria for a permit as a student enrolled in a BA program except on the CCT website it says one of the criteria for students pursuing a BA while in school is attendance at a “California” university or college. Does that mean Oregon State University would not fulfill this criteria since it is in Oregon?

    1. Hi Michael,

      We did a bit more digging into you question, and unfortunately, to earn your Prospective Emergency Sub Permit, you must be concurrently enrolled in a regionally accredited California University to apply.

      Here’s more information on this permit.

      Once you obtain your degree you’d then be able to apply for the Emergency 30 Day Sub Permit.

  22. I am a 30+year veteran teacher from NYS currently retired and relocating to California!!!I have permanent teaching certificates which allow me to teach K through 6th(all subject areas)..7th_8th(English)and grades K_12(Special Education)…Im relocating to Trinidad specifically Big Lagoon area.,and would LOVE to substitute not only to suplimate my income but also because I love to teach!!! Most of my career I spent at the High School level teaching English Earth Science and Reading to Special Education students with a wide range of disabilities….Im collecting a generous pension from NYS Retirement Fund and don’t necessarily have to teach…but WANT to teach as a substitute teacher on a part time basis….Im moving within the month and would appreciate any information on steps to take in order to bring my talents deedication and Love of teaching to”The Golden State”…Thank you in advance forr any information you can provide!!!

    1. Hi Theresa,

      Thanks for your note.

      As far as the teaching credential goes, I’d recommend viewing this site, which includes information on how out-of-state credentialed educators can earn their CA credential: https://www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/out-of-state-ged

      Swing Education does not currently work with schools in the Trinidad area, but there are certainly schools in the region that may be looking for substitute teachers. I’d recommend exploring subbing opportunities with them directly.

      Best,
      Andy from Swing

      Although Swing Education does not currently work with schools in the Trinidad area, there are of course a range of schools that you might

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