Northwest Ohio school districts in dire need of substitute teachers

The Ohio Department of Education was approved to issue a one-year temporary non-bachelor’s substitute teaching license for this school year to ease the strain.

School districts in northwest Ohio are struggling to find substitute teachers, and many districts are placing the blame on the COVID-19 pandemic.

In an effort to ease the strain, the Ohio Department of Education was given approval to issue a one-year temporary non-bachelor’s substitute teaching license for this school year. That means all you need to do is pass a background check and be in good moral standing. Any other requirements will come down to the individual school district.

Renhill Group recruits substitute teachers for several northwest Ohio school districts.