Sub Pool Best Practices
Best practices for finding and supporting substitute teachers, including how to improve your fill-rate and and increasing the quality and breadth of your sub pool.
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E-Book round up: great resources about substitute teaching
As we reach the end of the year, it’s important to reflect on the highs and lows, what we’ve accomplished, and what we can improve on next year. These principles apply just as much to our personal lives as they…LEARN MORE
The benefits of outsourcing your substitute pool
Schools should consider these 6 qualities when evaluating substitute teacher staffing agencies.LEARN MORE
The anatomy of a successful substitute request
When your full-time teachers take leave, whether planned or unplanned, it’s crucial to fill their spots with qualified and knowledgeable substitute teachers. Swing makes it easy to find such subs, but in order to secure classroom coverage, there are steps…LEARN MORE
5 tips to keep quality subs coming back to your school district
Whether for short stints or as long-term replacements, substitute teachers play a vital role in the teaching system. Over the course of their K-12 career, students will spend over 140 days with a substitute teacher. Despite the urgent need for…LEARN MORE
Superintendent’s take: How to improve your sub fill-rate
Superintendent Marilyn Shepherd shares five ways school districts can improve their substitute teacher fill-rate.LEARN MORE
What qualities do great substitute teachers share?
Whether they are aspiring teachers, talented members of the community, or veteran subs, great substitute teachers will share distinct qualities that help them quickly integrate into a new school and connect with students. When building your sub pool, look for…LEARN MORE