National Heritage Academies

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Over two years experience working at National Heritage Academies, an accredited charter school system.

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Current Employee - Title I Paraprofessional in Roseville, MI
Current Employee - Title I Paraprofessional in Roseville, MI

I have been working at National Heritage Academies part-time (more than 3 years)

Pros

Really works to achieve highly satisfied employee rating.

Cons

As with most schools, salaries are low, and teachers are overworked. What affects me directly is there is no acknowledgement of the support staff.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Currently, support positions are overlooked in terms of professional development and incentives. Would like to see more opportunities for training that will help to sharpen current and/or add new skills. Would also like the opportunity to receive incentives in the way of bonuses when school-wide goals are achieved, as is available for the teachers.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at National Heritage Academies full-time

    Pros

    updated Curriculum
    behavior management system is adequate
    great training for teachers

    Cons

    low pay
    expected to work lots of hours with inadequate compensation
    students become a "number/score" based on test results
    driven by politics
    limited options for advancement "all in who you know"

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    hold school principal accoutable for doing their job (whatever that is)
    seems like deans do all the work and principals do what they want
    pay poeple based on experience and education
    lots of top down decisions- consider teachers and deans opinions since they are the ones doing all the work
    spend less money of travel expenses and use that for upgrades to technology for students or paying teachers more

    No opinion of CEO
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    This was my first teaching job out of college.

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    Former Employee - Teacher in Detroit, MI
    Former Employee - Teacher in Detroit, MI

    I worked at National Heritage Academies full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Fair pay, amazing and dedicated staff

    Cons

    Long hours, high expectations, lots of turnover

    No opinion of CEO
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