Cons: see above review, too much to list
The following review below is in reference to my experience with this company for the last five years...
This place is extremely toxic, stressful and very imbalanced. The organization and structure is at best all over the place at any given time. I have exuded nothing but top performance (I rank each year in the top 5% when it comes to excellence and performance) but have felt as if I've been treated like I don't matter regardless of how well I've done for years.
I've received highly effective employee award letters; however, the culture never seems to match up to professional standards, fairness and expectations. Every day is unpredictable and the favoritism is just starting to be too much. I have never felt that anyone I've ever worked with whomever has been afforded the ability to move forward has ever truly earned it (or that it is a real reflection of their qualification or credentials), it's seemingly about who you know and who can help you get the job [modern day nepotism].
The letters and awards is all a front; it's not about what your credentials are, but rather, if they [the people who are able to delegate your career advancement] like you and if you are friends with someone at the district office.
Every day is almost depressing. The students are not respectful in my experience, the parents are not supportive and have no accountability and thinks that it's okay to send their children to school without values, morals, or discipline in my experience, and the administrators are inexperienced or are hardly ever willing to do the right thing, and any of the above group will throw others under the bus at a moment's notice.
I've truly tried to start anew each year, but it truly only seems to get worse and worse. I hope that future professionals who choose to enter the education to do so with caution, as it could be rewarding, but in this day and time, it's 100% politics 0% truly for the growth, balance, and future of our children.