Health Insurance is pretty good but has drastically increased in cost in the last 5 years, but most places have.
Substitute teachers also have to jump through qualification hoops, but derive zero benefits.
Paid vacation, PERS, employee discounts from local businesses/select vendors
Health benefits are great and other incentives. Making a difference in children(s) lives is truly a great experience. Would love to have summer benefits its' tough to get into ESY and look for a temp-job for the summer. Making income those month(s) are quite Taxing...
The health insurance is very expensive. Most doctor's do not accept it in Las Vegas.
vacation time is great since you don't have to work during the vacations if you're a teacher, good retirement package if you stay in long enough
Best thing is that if you are an employee your healthcare premium is paid 100%
Teacher's Health Trust is a joke. It's the worst insurance I've ever had. It's horribly mismanaged and so many doctors are dropping it, leaving employees with large bills that should have been paid by THT. It's no surprise they're being sued. The vision and dental benefits are decent, but medical benefits are a nightmare.
No real perks outside of making a difference in the lives of students. The health insurance is expensive for a family of four. The district gives 24 vacation days for a 12 month administrator, you earn 2 days per month. Pretty basic for education.
The health benefits used to be great, but Teacher's Health Trust has fallen apart and basically become an HMO. Our premiums have gone up an the benefits have gone down drastically. The PERS/retirement benefits are excellent though....if you can make it that long.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.