- Lvusd15.Dec 2015
There's only one way, "their way" Deaf to any alternate ideas that don't match theirs .
Support from management
Completely out of touch with reality.
Some are great, but few pull everyone else down.
Freedom to work independently
Micromanagement eliminates any chance of working outside of the box.
Don't call us, we'll call you. Unless you like speaking with a wall.
Attitude towards older colleagues
No respect for the seasoned and accomplished. They'd rather elimimate you, so they can hire someone cheaper.
Only if you want to be an admistrator.
Overall compensation for your work
Some of the best around.
Office / Work Environment
Blah, blah, blah. Talking heads. Just like politicians.
10 "sick days" to use a year. But, you're expected to take your work to home with you every night.
Negativity infects the ranks.
There is none anymore. They will make up things to get rid of you.
A facade. The mentality is that if you get hurt, it's your fault.
The real challenge is working with clueless admistrators who rarely have more than 5 yrs teaching in a classroom experience, if at all. The students are the biggest reward.
Inclusive / Diverse
So politically correct, it's over the top. You're on their soap box, or they eliminate you.
The following benefits were offered to me
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