Good insurance and benefits overall
good district for kids to succeed
Job security Work life balance
The insurance, but most insurance is a rip off these days, but especially for educators. You would think that with the low pay we receive we would obtain some of the best insurance in the state. Not so!
Flexible scheduling and work life balance. Health benefits are not that great but that is to be expected in the public sector.
The health insurance is extremely expensive, especially if you have the family plan. There are teachers and other employees who are on CHIP and Medicaid.
Compared to the private school I work at now, my benefits were much better and much cheaper.
No benefit package. Simply pay for your own stuff healthcare, vision, dental, etc. They have okay companies they partner with but you still pay a lot. Must pay into TRS (a pension plan) min of 300 gets taken out each time.
I never actually received any of my insurance cards. I called HR and they told me they’d be sent again but I never got them.
Too expensive Pays for medication
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.