Sunday, July 10, 2011

More than 1,000 people apply for some DeSoto parish teaching jobs

Sunday, July 10, 2011

More than 1,000 people have applied in recent months for a handful of jobs available in the DeSoto parish school system teaching.

Haynesville ShaleTed Jackson, the Times-Picayune TED JACKSON / the TIMES-PICAYUNE Gary Soneit Nabor used a flashlight, Wednesday, March 2, 2011 to work on a pump, water from a farmer pond to a Fracking job drilling miles away outside of Mansfield, La, sends. In the pursuit of natural gas, Gallery (17 photos) "We have with more applications than we know what to do,", said schools Superintendent Walter Lee.

DeSoto parish () is the highest-paid school system in the State. Beginning teacher pay $50,000 tops.

Teachers and all other school system employees - the last two years have increases in the amount of $4,500, with thousands in addition to reviews of excess sales tax revenue generated financed by the Haynesville shale gas development preserved.

The large number of applications can be selective in recruitment practice school staff. The times of Shreveport reported that 21 teachers were hired on Thursday at the monthly Board meeting. All but three are Louisiana certified.

Objections raised member of l.j. Mayweather Jr., the use of uncertified teachers, to which many certified teachers, who have been overlooked.

Of these three, one was from took over after Alabama and two were listed as in the teacher-practitioner program. A practicing has a Bachelors degree outside of the education sector in general but a temporary license in pursuit of teacher certification is granted.

Both practitioners were strongly posted on the Mansfield on the recommendation of principal Sedric Clark. "We could have it ends", but the principal felt strongly about the applicants, Lee said.

Employment procedures have been strengthened, and Lee "very few" non-certified teachers in the future will be hired, to react.

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