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Sub-IT Offers Automated Substitute Teacher Placement

Posted May 7, 2006
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Sub-IT, a telephone and Internet-based automated substitute placement system, helps schools quickly find and assign substitute teachers to fill classroom vacancies.

Teachers can notify schools of their absences by telephone or with Internet access. The program then selects substitutes, contacts them, and matches their phone or Internet responses with available vacancies.

Teachers can choose a substitute by name, specialized degree, availability, or a combination of criteria. They can enter lesson plans into the system for use when they are out of the classroom. Substitutes can enter placement criteria, including preferred grades, buildings, locations, and days available or unavailable.

Customized reporting tools enable administrators to quickly see a day's open and filled positions. The system can be adapted to any district's procedural requirements; reporting tools provide the ability to track a variety of trends.

Sub-IT is Web-based, all information is housed on the Central Xchange remote server, and no installation is required at the school or district level.

 Central Xchange, 888/364-8998 or

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