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Battle Creek Public Schools Employer Reviews

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Challenging students, supportive staff
Teacher (Former Employee), Battle Creek, MINovember 13, 2013
BCPS is an inner-city district with its fair share of difficult students. But it also has its fair share of wonderful teachers that are incredibly dedicated to teaching and nurturing their students.
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Lead host (Former Employee), Battle Creek, MISeptember 17, 2013
Pros: lunch
Cons: n/a
I had to make sure the children had there food so they could go outside to play, I learned that you have to make sure the temp, is right and that food is ready for them to eat
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Looking for a fresh start
Teacher (Current Employee), Battle Creek, MIJanuary 16, 2013
Unhappy with work environment. Looking for a new challenge.
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Overall Good Place to be employed.
Teacher (Former Employee), Battle Creek, MISeptember 13, 2012
Pros: great benefits
Cons: upper management
If you are looking for a rewarding job with personal responsibilities than this job is definitely for you. The only problem that I see that this job can become very stressful if the people in management positions forget to listen, forget to be comforters, and forget what it is like to actually teach.
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Fairly safe work place desirous of improvements
Administrator - High School/Middle Schools (Former Employee), Battle Creek, MIJuly 21, 2012
Pros: free lunch, professional learning communities
Cons: persistently low achievement, budget cuts, programming cuts
The management of the workplace has been attempting to become more collaborative in its approach to making changes for youth.