- 1.0Apr 4, 2023TeacherCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearBrooklyn, NY
The families are really thankful towards hard working teachers and ops members often make due with what they have.
Teachers are extremely overworked and underpaid. Several classrooms are not in compliance with district policies and there are constant IEP violations. There are often times ICT classrooms without two teachers and school aides substituting classes. There is very little structure and many administrative vacancies that urgently need to be filled so students receive all the support the school has promised the community. High teacher and student turn-over rate. Promises a quality dual language education but has focused more on teaching towards standardized testing and has abandoned its mission as a dual language program prioritizing English reading instruction.
- 5.0Nov 8, 2022Lead TeacherCurrent Employee, more than 3 years
LEEP is a wonderful school! The new leadership has helped me grow as an educator immensely. They really look out for their staff and help in anyway they can. They truly care about bettering your craft. Leadership is always available for any questions, concerns or even just to check in. I feel the ALEGRIA in every classroom I walk into. The students and families make all the hard work worth it! I love how everyone single person in the building works together making your work life much easier.
Lots of work but you grow and learn from all of it.
- 1.0Jul 14, 2023Director of OperationsFormer Employee, less than 1 yearBrooklyn, NY
Working with fellow Latinos and Latino community was rewarding
Zero work life balance, leadership is toxic and refuses to take accountability for their mistakes and lack of direction, high turn over rate which in turn only hurts the student body.