Newport News Public Schools outsources substitute teachers
Hampton outsourced its substitutes to the firm last school year after administrators were concerned about taking on additional costs for health-care benefits under the Affordable Care Act.
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#1 Aug 12, 2014
The DP is somewhat late on this story. That aside, Sourcr4teachers will cut down on employees getting paid for leaving early and getting to school late. One must, though consider the fact that empty classrooms with no sub. will worsen; reason, pay. Now HCS substitutes can work at NNPS. HCS has the slave pay for subs at 64.00 and wirhout a full college degree it is roughly 57.00. Basically gas money. NNPS pays in the 70s dollar per day, has more schools, etc.
DP did not mention this, hence, their decline. On a final note, I think it's good for subs to get away from HCS and slave wages; it was only a matter of time.NNPS is close to Hampton and depending on where you live, some NNPS may be closer, though you live in Hampton.
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