What do districts pay Subs in your town?

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  1. MissScrimmage

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    A certified teacher makes $150/day subbing.

    An certified sub makes $120/day
     
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  3. Lbl

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    Omg! Well if you move to LA or NYC where the day rate is higher, it's also much more expensive to live there. But $60/day is so disappointing, I make more money nannying for a few hrs and nannying is such a breeze compared to subbing. I'm more suited for one on one and small group learning, so it's exhausting subbing 25-30 elementary school children alone. The wear and tear is worth more than near minimum wage!
     
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    For the full time subs (ones that we teachers always want) they pay them 160. For normal subs it is 125. For subs who are on the list as backups it is 110, and for subs who are new in the system it is 95.
     
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    You have to think of cost of living too. In comparison

    Our districts I work in have a low of $65 and a high of $95. If you're long term, or a retired teacher it goes up. They all go up $10 per consecutive degree
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    Now , cost of living is a factor- We rent a 2 bedroom, 1 bath nice Duplex for $420 a month + Utilities. I shudder to think how high that would go in a place such as San Fran, or NYC. A friend of mine in NYC is paying $1100 a month for a studio (not even full 1 bedroom) apt.
     
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    I looked it up. My school only hires licensed teachers or those who have gone through a certain program, and it's $110 per day.
     
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    They should never question anyone's job performance as a sub teacher, if that is all they're willing to pay.
     
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    I work in 3 districts. Two small districts and one large district. The two small districts start subs out every year at $140/day. After 30 days, it jumps to $160. This rolls over every year. The larger district I work in pays $185/day. This is in Washington state.
     
  9. mathteachertobe

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    For the first 70 days of subbing, the pay is $154. Then on the 71st day, the rate goes up to $186. I think if you go up to that higher rate, the next academic year you start at the higher rate. Most of our subs are either retired teachers or people considering a career change.
     
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    Portland subs make $185 per day and $202 if you're an LTS. It seems competitive to get in though.You need to have an Oregon teaching certificate even to apply.
     
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