|Substitute Teacher Qualifications|
|Probationary Teacher Qualifications|
The major priority of the Los Angeles Unified School District is to ensure that every student is taught by a highly effective teacher in a safe, nurturing and instructionally rich learning environment. The District seeks Early Childhood Educators who are experts in their content area, innovative, pedagogically strong, and professionally committed to the welfare and demonstrated academic growth of all students. Additionally, candidates must be committed to ensure that all students graduate college prepared and career ready.
Thank you for your interest in employment with the Los Angeles Unified School District. We value all of our interested applicants and hope to provide you with the best customer service possible. The Los Angeles Unified School District intends that all qualified persons shall have equal opportunities for employment and promotion.
Teacher candidates who hold a Child Development Teacher Permit or higher, Regular Children’s Center permit or a teaching credential must meet the following minimum LAUSD employment standards:
The Eligibility Process:
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Applications are active for a year from the date submitted and will be reviewed based on the needs of the District and current selection criteria.
After application review, applicants may be scheduled for an appointment with Human Resources. These individuals will receive an email requesting the following documents:
Applicants scheduled for an eligibility appointment, must bring the requested documents to that appointment. During the eligibility appointment, the applicant will review requested documents and be interviewed.
Upon completion of the eligibility process, successful candidates will be added to the Early Childhood Education substitute pool. Only candidates who are placed on an employment eligibility list may interview for available vacancies.
If selected, candidates should contact Early Childhood Education Human Resources to be guided through the employment processing, which includes:
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The Human Resources Division will staff all schools and offices with qualified certificated employees who will educate and support our diverse student population.
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