Thursday, May 7, 2009

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A person holding an Occasional Per Diem Certificate (OPDC) is known as a day-to-day substitute and may serve in any New York City public school at any grade level and in any subject area.  Employment is not restricted to a particular region.  Individuals serving as Occasional Per Diem (OPD) teachers do not receive benefits and are paid a per diem contractual salary rate only for actual days worked.
If an OPD teacher exceeds forty days of substitute service in one school year, the teacher is required to take six credits of professional education courses unless all education requirements have been satisfied.  These courses must be in accordance with an OPD Education Plan that is created as a part of the process of obtaining an OPDC.
Completion of the six credits of professional education by August 31 (of the school year in which the forty days were exceeded) is required for renewal for the OPDC for the following school year.  
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