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Director of Financial Control/Purchasing

Roanoke City Public Schools Winston-Salem, NC +2 locations

Director of Financial Control/Purchasing Roanoke City Public Schools is seeking a Director of Financial Control/Purchasing. The Director develops… Glassdoor

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Math Teachers, Spanish Teachers - Multiple Positions

Roanoke City Public Schools Roanoke, VA

Teaching Positions 2014-2015 School Year Roanoke City Public Schools has teaching and professional openings for the 2014-15 school year. RCPS is an… Glassdoor

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Math Teachers

Roanoke City Public Schools Roanoke, VA

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Roanoke City Public Schools Reviews

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Dr. Rita Bishop
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    If I could give no stars I would

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    Former Employee - Anonymous
    Former Employee - Anonymous

    I worked at Roanoke City Public Schools full-time


    The days off and pay


    The terrible management and mistreatment of employees. The people that work the hardest are treated the worst. I have seen photos of employees LITERALLY sleeping on the job. Their punishment? A raise.
    If you complain about the mistreatment received from supervisors you run the risk of being fired. One employee was fired 2 days after filing a grievance against a supervisor however only a few days before that the same employee had emails saying what a great job they were doing.
    It's no wonder the schools have lost accreditation under Dr. Bishop, she's so blind to what's really happening with the mistreatment of employees that how could you expect her to see a problem with the students grades. How can the teachers possibly reach their highest potential when there is such poor management from the Administration stifling their efforts?

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    My advice is to the Board of Education. A lot of firing needs to be done, starting from the very top down.

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