Developing Effective State Policies for Gifted Education
The 2nd edition of NAGC's A Guide to State Policies in Gifted Education is now available in the online Bookstore. This edition is a downloadble PDF for easy navigation throughout the document and with links to the actual policy.
The Early Childhood Substitute Assistant Teacher works as needed across the program as a support member of a teaching team in one of the Center’s classrooms. The Early Childhood Substitute Assistant works cooperatively with the other classroom teachers to plan and implement a model early childhood program. The Early Childhood Substitute Assistant acts as a model for classroom aides and practicum students: teaching appropriate skills and techniques by example.
This is a seasonal, intermittent on-call position as detailed in the SEIU collective bargaining agreement Article 49.
Successful completion of a background check.
AA or BA degree or equivalent with coursework in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or related fields and one year of experience in an early childhood program.
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