The August 1st publication of revised PI 34 includes several changes to the requirements of the Short-Term Substitute Permit. The changes are indicated below:
- The district request will no longer be required.
- The substitute training must be completed before any educator may apply.
- The Short-Term Substitute Permit will be called a Short-Term Substitute License.
These changes are effective August 1, 2018. There will be a new Short-Term Substitute application available that aligns to the new requirements. The new application will be available August 1st.
The required training may be provided by a school district, a Cooperative Educational Services Agency (CESA), an approved educator preparation program, and other agencies approved by the DPI.
More information about this license can be found on the Three-Year Substitute Permit page.