Apply at your own risk.
Pros: No one checks on you, so you can be left alone to teach freely.
Cons: Sexism, unequal pay, disrespect, zero help in classrooms, insufficient ways to clean and provide supplies or new toys to children.
Curriculum would be incredible- if followed. There is absolutely no training and you are thrown into a dog pit and criticized regularly. My issues reside in the overall poor quality of the management. Receiving help where it's needed whether it be for keeping within ratio, moral support, meetings, respectful conversation,handling unruly children, family connection, supplies replenishment or making time for staff. There are no benefits, no future benefits and very little holidays. Most of the supplies need to be donated (by the few willing parents) or bought straight out of pocket with no compensation. The managers are sexist and very manipulative and will encourage things like paying for extra classes, staying late hours, etc. in return for position advancement or raise; I've yet to see any of that come to fruition. The "hug first" concept of Kids R Kids is viable except for when the director was given permission by parents (or not) to bring the children into the bathroom for a hard, spanking and loud reprimanding. Absolutely distasteful. Children and their well being come first. This is just sexist men handling a job too big for their egos.