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Network Administrator

PA Leadership Charter School West Chester, PA

The Network Administrators responsibility is to plan, develop, and implement PALCS telecommunications infrastructure for current and new sites and… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Benefits Administrator

PA Leadership Charter School West Chester, PA

The Benefits Administrator is responsible for managing leaves of absence, disability, and workers compensation cases. The position works closely with… Glassdoor


PA Leadership Charter School Reviews

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Jim Hanak
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    In my opinion this isn't a great school

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    I have been working at PA Leadership Charter School

    Pros

    The teachers are wonderful and the staff works very hard. It is too bad that the people running the school, in my opinion, don't really know what they are doing. The morale is so low people are trying to leave the school. For two years in a row the school has had layoffs. They let go good people who have been with the school from the start. In my opinion, they let go of good teachers with a lot of experience just to be able to hire new teacher right out of school for less money. I don't think I would want my kids going to a school that cared more about money than getting the best teachers for my child.

    Cons

    The administration, in my opinion, seems to try to dismiss any bad reviews by saying it is just a few people, or disgruntled employees, or ex-employees, or people who are against cyber schools. From those I have spoken with that is not the case, we are just trying to fix the school, to make it a good place to learn and work. It is just difficult when the people with the most experience in cyber eduction are being laid off and let go. These people are the ones who were there from the beginning and who have experience, knowledge, and the desire to make cyber education better. In my opinion the school doesn't think they need them and they have filled too many positions at all levels with people who lack the experience they need to make decisions that will help the school move forward.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen to your employees. Stop treating them as a disposable commodity. Stop getting ride of the teachers with experience just so you can buy Apple ipads and mac book pros. We don't need them, we need good teachers and we need good leadership. Stop the personal agendas and treat everyone as equals.

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