Health insurance, sick time, and pension.
401k, vacation days, good benefits
The benefits do not nearly compensate for having to lie to students about the level of preparedness they are getting.
It is a minimal when you are a temporary employee. You have to wait a year to receive benefits offered. After that you are in the system
Very competitive package, the best I have knowledge of!
Low copays, minimal deductibles. Low choice for dental
Non existent for substitute teachers
There is nothing special about the benefits.
For what the staff has to endure within an urban environment the pay could be better.
There is a pension plan that is not mandatory, but at this time dental, vision, and other benefits are not offered to day to day sub teachers who are working part time.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.