- Crowley Independent School District05.Feb 2019
Tense, Toxic, Micromanaged or Completely Ignored
Support from management
Highly encouraged and necessary for faculty in the absence of administrative leadership
Freedom to work independently
Critical core departments were under constant scrutiny, other departments were invisible.
Primarily for critical core departments
Overall compensation for your work
It is comparable.
Office / Work Environment
HVAC and insulation a problem. Some rooms were so cold there was condensation on the windows.
Strong commitment to recycling and energy conservation.
Larger core departments had better opportunities for balance due to greater number of teachers in department and resources from the district
Proud of to be an educator.
There is never stability in my department.
Ample training and drills
No leadership at the school or district level. Overcrowded classrooms.
Inclusive / Diverse
Diverse ideas were not received with hostility. They were just ignored.
Suggestions for improvement
- Administration too often stifles ways to improve school culture for students as well as for staff out of fear of community disapproval.
What I like about the company
While there are real issues with administrative leadership, there is a true commitment to the well-being of the student and the surrounding community. The teachers' are dedicated and care about their students' futures. The district is growing rapidly. Hop
What I dislike about the company
Some issues are the same across most districts: lack of funding, poor parental involvement, out-dated technology.Issues specific to this ISD: lack of strong leadership from top down. Inadequate professional development, lack of communication/consistency t
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyCrowley Independent School District
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former employee