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I have been working at K12 full-time (More than 3 years)
Working in pajamas all day
Work load is insane. Flexibility used to be a pro but not anymore. Compensation is a joke. We work 12 months and get paid 6-10k less than other teachers in the state. Upper management is completely detached from teaching and has no idea just how much is required for this gig. Required to do more than teachers in the brick & mortar classroom. Far too many systems to work in with an insane amount of passwords to keep up with. Online school is constantly down and the IT team doesn't know how to fix it. Class size. Oh my. There is literally not enough time in the day to complete the amount of work that is doled out. And there is not enough compensation to be willing to DO the work on nights or weekends.
Advice to Management
Make the pay commiserate to the job. When it all shook out, I was making $2 more an hour than what people what for minimum wage. What an insult. There is no flexibility with the sheer amount of work, therefore no incentive to continue working so hard. Make your teachers happy so they won't all be leaving in flocks. Raise morale. Treat teachers like people and maybe they will stay.