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I have been working at Clark County School District full-time
It is a great place to work when you need to have flexability, because you can work as much or as little as you need. You can choose the schools that you want to go to. The staff at the schools are very helpful and welcoming.
The downside of the jobs are the pay is very low, especially for long term substitutes 100 per day regular (90 if it's a top school) and long term subs only make 110 a day after the first 3 weeks. There are no benefits and even though there is no work in the summer, there is no eligibility for unemployment inthose summer months.
Advice to Management
Since the district is so short handed, offer more incentive for substitutes.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university – interviewed at Clark County School District.
I applied during my last semester as an undergrad at UNLV. CCSD sent current principals out to UNLV and they asked us general questions like "why do you want to be a teacher?" I was lucky because I personally knew the principal who conducted my interview from the high school in which I graduated (she offered me a job teaching at her school and I made the biggest decision of my life when I declined it). They let you know within a week if you were hired, then you begin spending lots of money by paying for background checks, teaching license, etc. After spending all the money you received for graduating college, you go to new teacher orientations which consists of weeks of driving all across the Vegas valley to hear seminars and speeches from people who just received thousands of dollars along with a stipend (to gamble of course or purchase hookers... I mean escorts) from the Clark County School District. An administrator (or the admin secretary) will hand you the keys to your new classroom and then you'll have to go out and spend even more money to have proper supplies and posters/décor for the first day of school due to tremendous budget cuts in public education.
- What is your philosophy on education? 1 Answer
There was no negotiation phase; the Clark County School District is always desperate for teachers due to their extremely high teacher turnover rate.
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