Year-round employees get school holidays off, as well as sick leave, personal, and vacation time off. Insurance is expensive.
The cost of benefits incurred by employees.
Terrible network coverage. Incredibly high deductible. Mostly female workforce but no maternity leave available. Teachers donated sick days to pregnant coworkers to allow them more time to be with their newborns.
great benefits and time off
good retirement and vacations. low pay, unpaid maturity leave and high health care cost for adding on a child
PTO is fantastic, even for non-teaching staff. Healthcare benefits continue to increase in price and decrease in quality annually.
best was the retirement package but don't count on it being much, TRS is constantly shifting the numbers because less and less teachers are working. AISD does contribute to social security so you will possibly get two checks. health care is OK, meh... you still have to fork over a lot of money if you have a family. Summers off but you have no money to do anything.. that's the life.
The best thing by far was the flexibility. I could go on and choose substitute days depending entirely on the openness of my own schedule.
No benefits whatsoever for substitute teachers.
Good medical coverage if you're willing to pay for it.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.