Medical benefits are good but dental plan is only for a yearly and does not offer many pediatric dentists in the plan.
The benefit package is amazing. You get a tax deferred annuity which you contribute to Mo out of your payroll and it becomes vested after 10 years. You can borrow from it annually and pay yourself back out of your payroll for as low as 50 dollars. They supply full time employees full medical, dental ( through Cigna) , and vision through the UFT. You can choose your medical coverage through any major medical provider. HIP, GHI, BLue Cross and Blue Sheild etc... You get ten sick days a years which roll over and accumulate every year. You get all major holidays and summers off.
Options for free health insurance. Covers a spouse for minimal amounts. Dental is free through uft as is eye care.
retirement plan and flexible of working hours
Great health benefits, dental, and pension plans.
Comprehensive benefits package keeps me covered in terms of medical care and retirement
Best: 3% base goes towards a pension that's awarded at 63. Worst: No matching retirement funds like in private companies
Very generous benefits packaged available
Can do 403b(7), Roth 401k, and 457. Can put a lot away if you combine 457 and 403b7, like 36,000/yr. The new tier VI is worse than the old ones, but better than not having a defined benefit plan at all. Making it 30 years in the current climate though is debatable.
Unfortunately there are no benefits offered to a substitute teacher. This includes no vacations or unemployment during the summer. This is understandable, but it would be nice to have offered.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.