CUNY ADJUNCTS follow-up

Dear CUNY Adjunct,

As we previously wrote to you, the NYC Department of Education is seeking to increase its staff of day-to-day substitute teachers for this school year. We are writing again to make you aware that there is a new financial incentive for substitutes who work in person for the first month of the year.

Specifically, substitute teachers who work in person during the period of September 29 to October 30 are eligible to receive the following incentive in addition to the contractual rate of $193.47 per day:

• $100 per day for up to five days of in person substitute service for a total of up to $500.
• An additional $500 for a total of 15 or more days in person during this period for a total of $1,000.

If you have already expressed interest in becoming a substitute by responding to the interest survey, you do not need to take any further action from this email. You have or will be notified about the formal application process and we look forward to having you in our classrooms.

If you have not yet responded to the interest survey, we highly encourage you to do so soon to be eligible for this additional financial incentive. The interest survey can be here: Substitute Teacher Interest Survey. Once you complete and submit the survey, we will send you a follow up email which will include the official application, the specific requirements, and next steps.

Thank you for your interest in supporting NYC school students.

New York City Department of Education

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