Arranging for substitute teachers to cover teacher absences is easier and cheaper than ever for a Michigan school district, now that the district has replaced its telephone notification system with an internet model.

The old telephone system, known as Interactive Voice Response (IVR), automatically would call a substitute—often early in the morning—once a teacher indicated his or her absence. After answering the telephone, the substitute would hear an automated description of the job and use...

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