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Nikolai P. Vitti, Ed.D.
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    High School ELA Teacher

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    Current Employee - English Teacher in Jacksonville, FL
    Current Employee - English Teacher in Jacksonville, FL

    I have been working at Duval County Public School full-time (more than an year)


    The weekly training sessions are usually helpful and your coworkers will be what keep you going. At a school-based level, you will find some awesome principals and some awesome assistant principals, and there is always a deep sense of tradition and pride at the high school level.


    The pay and benefits are atrocious. Be prepared to contribute a LOT to your medical/vision/dental package. The pay is very low, and many teacher do have to use public and charity assistance (food stamps and United Way are the most popular). Also, there is a very high turnover rate; principals, teachers, and AP's will be moved in and out of your school on a regular basis.

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    Keep principals in their schools for at least 3 years. The high turnover of school-based leadership kills morale and hurts the growth of new teachers.

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