Support from management
If you have your own ideas, thoughts, and suggestions, you better watch your back. There is little to no support here.
Freedom to work independently
From curriculum to leadership, you are always micromanaged
There is very poor communication between teachers, schools, and district
It is difficult to move up the ladder
Overall compensation for your work
They do pay well.
They are still reluctant to teach climate change, so NO, this school district does not follow eco-anything
Teachers, staff, admin, etc., are expected to give above and beyond the typical teacher workday. It's all about the scores, and you had better get them! Whether or not you have family responsibilities, it doesn't matter. Many teachers spend nights and even Saturdays working.
The district is growing TOO fast, and so most of their focus is on the newest schools which leaves the current schools in the dust and neglected.
Again, watch your back if you have your own ideas, thoughts, or suggestions.
Only what is required by ADA. And if you are a handicapped or disabled employee, there is little support.
This is an afterthought for teachers and staff.
All the curriculum is scripted and so the work is not challenging at all.
What I like about the company
At the beginning, Legacy was family oriented, but as they have grown, they are less concerned about that
What I dislike about the company
Little management support; they focus more on student scores than on the student themselves; class sizes are overboard; not up to date on technology; too conservative; not willing to listen to new ideas or suggestions; communication is practically nil; you have to constantly watch your back.