Substitute: Schools should provide training in classroom management

School administrators should provide training for substitute teachers in practical aspects of teaching and classroom management, substitute teacher Carolyn Bucior writes in this opinion article. Bucior, who is writing a book about substitute teaching, argues that administrators should work to reduce the amount of time students are left with substitutes, who are often without adequate instructions, lesson plans and even basic seating charts.

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