Question:

How much can you earn as a supply teacher?

15 October, 2021 Nancie Michaud 6

Answers (6):

  • AUTHOR: RANDY DREWS
    18 October, 2021

    Supply teachers can earn anywhere from $16 an hour and up. A supply teacher, also called a substitute teacher or backup instructor, is defined as a person who takes over the classroom duties when the original teacher is not present in class that day or when there's no long-term solution to cover the absence of a teacher. They're typically paid hourly wages by an individual school district rather than receiving salary by another organization (such as public schools). The hourly pay will vary widely depending on jurisdiction and experience; for example, in New Jersey, wage ranges range from $16 to $22 per hour with higher rates in hard-to-fill subject areas like science, math and special ed.

  • AUTHOR: JASON FLEISHMAN
    18 October, 2021

    A supply teacher in the US can expect to earn between $800 and $2,000 per month. Most of this is made up downside hours in minimum wage-rate jobs during the day when school is not in session, so this amount is largely contingent on time available. In Canada, a Certified Teacher Assistant earns from Cdn$550 to Cdn$850 monthly for full-time work. In Paris, France a French language teacher earns from ?11000 to ?16000 annually for full-time work. In Romania, a substitute teacher makes up to 600 Euros per month working 30 days at a time substituting teach math classes.

  • AUTHOR: GABRIEL SCHILDGEN
    18 October, 2021

    This is determined on a sliding scale. The more experience you have or the better your references, the higher your hourly rate of pay. Trainees often earn less than $100 per day for three days of work - about $600 per week before tax which amounts to around $1,500 gross income weekly. Experienced supply teachers can earn up to $2,500 weekly negotiating their negotiating their salary with an agency based on how much hours they are available for and what subjects they are qualified to teach.

  • AUTHOR: PAUL VOLKMAN
    18 October, 2021

    How much can you earn as a supply teacher? From September 1, 2016 - August 31, 2027, the Northern Education Region will be paying $21.26 per hour for non-government funded schools and $22.43 per hour for government funded schools. The Southern Education Region has not yet announced their new pay structure for this year. The Hamilton-Wentworth DSB is offering $23.06 per hour to qualified applicants with three years of experience or more applying to teach in both elementary and secondary positions this start date of August 22nd, 2016 until August 31st 2017 or until positions are filled whichever comes first.

  • AUTHOR: MARIBEL MOTE
    18 October, 2021

    It all depends on your personal credentials, availability, and where you are willing to go. Information on the website should guide you every step along the way. For example in California in one school district there's a median salary of $50 for "qualified candidates" with no assurances or guarantees that pay would be greater than what is stated here. Meaning that qualifying candidates can't be guaranteed any salary at all! They can only expect up to an additional $10 because they are qualified candidates. Additionally not much information is given about what qualifies these candidates - it would be helpful if better descriptors were given when referencing pay expectations..

  • AUTHOR: BRANDON PEKAR
    18 October, 2021

    It's hard to answer, because supply teaching is a completely different profession in many ways. Supply teachers are the ultimate professionals-on-call, filling in for absent teacher, which may have other professions required of them within the same time frame. This keeps teaching salaries highly flexible - so much so that it can be difficult to estimate what someone would make on average even if they do this full-time. The best guess for an annual salary is about $27K/year according to SalaryExpert.com, but this could vary depending on factors like education level or experience with other professions being shared between classroom hours.