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At home comfort
ONLINE INSTRUCTOR (Former Employee), Indianapolis, INMarch 6, 2014
Gained work at home experience and IT experience. The company offered a variety in pay which depended on student attendance.
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Great if you dont have a degree
Site Director (Current Employee), cleveland ohDecember 28, 2013
Pros: great pay
Cons: short hours, no job security
The people are fun but that is it. There is no job security what so ever so. one week you go to work next week you might be out of a job.
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Learn It Systems
Sales Rep (Former Employee), Stockton, CADecember 9, 2013
Pros: public interaction
Cons: seasonal
Customer Service Oriented, door to door presenting online tutoring for students in the Stockton, Lodi school district.
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Management Problem
SITE ASSISTANT (Former Employee), Akron, OHNovember 14, 2013
Needs more of a divisional structure in management. Shutdown some programs because of low enrollment.
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Learn It is Full of LIes and Empty Promises
Site Administatrator (Former Employee), Suburb of ClevelandOctober 28, 2013
Pros: only positive is the training that was provided
Cons: everything under the sun. how can you even open a center up when it is not even licensed?
I am a former employee and worked in the Cleveland area as a site director. Was told over and over again that we would be licensed and it never happened. Software programs for registration required our parents to use credit cards but they had none so they paid by money order and were never formally registered. Parents were told they had to schedule – more... their days of service on another software program but couldn't do it because their registration was never inputed by upper management. Staff software programs for work hours, e-mail services, student/parent information rarely worked. Passwords given to staff that never worked. Told to enroll children even thoug we were not licensed. Parents were abruptly told that program closed at the end of the day. When I would ask for something or seek an response regarding licensure would be told "we working on it" No follow through on anything that was needed for equipment. Did not evern have a first aid kit. Was told it was on-site and look for it but never found it. When I requested a first aid kit was told it was missing a thermometer so I couldn't have it. Stated that I would put a thermometer in it myself but was told no way. No staff files on site as required by state licensing. No overtimed paid for anyone irregardless of status. Shorted hours on paycheck. Perhaps they meant well but totally were unorganized and never openly discussed issues with me regarding lack of licensure. I have worked for 37 years in the field of early childhood education and never saw such a disorganized company. No tack or integrity when you fail to make the program viable by the failure of upper management to do their jobs. First to license, to provide equipment for classrooms, had to travel 1-2 days a week to turn in paperwork, money orders and pick up snack. Total chaos. One of the most disrepectful, unprofessional companies that I ever worked for. BEWARE of false promises with Learn It. An at-will employer who just drops it on you with no prior notice. Has made a very bad name for themselves in this area of Cleveland. They do not have a clue of what they should be doing and they blame it on failure to go out and get families to enroll. Well you can't enrolll children whose parents have vouchers when vouchers are only given to centers with licenses. If a parent is eligible for vouchers and do not use them after requesting them they will lose their eligibility. Duh, 95% of the families in my community are on welfare and use vouchers for assistance. It doesn't take a genius to know that enrollment can't be increased with these kind of barriers and then staff are blamed for not going out to get new familes. A totally unorganized, unprofessional, lacking class organization. I was notified by a text message that my program would be closed at the end of the day. How pathetic! – less
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Productive and fun workplace.
Program aid (Former Employee), New York, NYOctober 18, 2013
Pros: free lunch, wonderful staff
Cons: no breack
A typical day at work for me was looking over children before and after program as well as making sure all paper work was completed. Working for learn it iv learned so much from how to improve working as a team to interacting with the children and building a friendship with them. My coworkers were great we always worked together and were always one – more... step ahead with our work. The hardest part of my job would be the ending of program when there would be children waiting hours for their parents and seeing the terrified look on their little faces. I must say the most enjoyable part of the job was hanging and interacting with the children. – less
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Learn It Systems
On-site Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Baltimore, MDAugust 7, 2013
Temporary position at Baltimore City Public High School completing clerical duties for Saturaday enrichment program.
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Very productive work environment.
Customer Service Representative and Tutor (Former Employee), San Diego, CAJuly 23, 2013
I enjoyed working with underprivileged children and providing them with tools to overcome adversity.
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Terrible Experience
Site Director (Former Employee), Cleveland, OHMay 12, 2013
Pros: none i can think of. lie a good story but no follow through
Cons: split shift putting almost 70 miles per day on my car, one pay check a month went to fill my tank, the other for activities needed to plan what i considered a beneficial program
Site directors had to continually lie to parents/school staff saying site would be licensed within a month when in reality in the 5 months I was there staff was not fingerprinted, had any licensing required training, paperwork needed was before starting was not completed until 4 months into the program.
Management finall admitted to having no knowledge – more... of licensing
Designated area was not safe for children
Sire Director had to leave students unsupervised to answer the door.
Restrooms designated for the program were kept locked
Games provided were mostly on the preschool level
Management showed no concern for the needs of the staff
Benefits would cost half of pay – less

Teacher2013 – May 27, 2013

I too worked for Learn It and had the worse experience of my life. I really thought at the beginning that this would be a company I would work for until I retired but I was wrong. Learn It lied not only to me but to the district, the schools and the teachers. They were not professional at all and didn't care what they were putting myself, the schools, learn it's employees and mainly students through. Their main priority has never been to the schools or students but to how much money they can make. My schools never received all of the services and tutoring time promised. I took this job personally because I had been working with these schools for a few years and hated what this company was doing this to them and to myself. They pay you very little money but want to drain every ounce of blood from you. I was told repeatedly that this was not an 8-5 job but a job that needed to be done at anytime and all the time including weekends. This program could have been the best thing ever for the schools and students they serviced but greed took over and now they have not been asked to Tutor next year. They get what they deserve...

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Great Organization - Very Professional
Online SES Teacher (Current Employee), Dallas, TXMarch 8, 2013
Pros: great service to at-risk students, advancement opportunities
I am starting my 2nd year with Learn It Systems teaching online.

Great organization, very professional.
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They utilized quality materials for their students.

They allow teachers flexibility in working hours, as well as advancement.

They give quality service to their students and expect high quality teaching from their teachers.

This company is assisting – more... with decreasing the digital divide that exists in our society today between children who have access to techology and those who do not. – less
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Do NOT work for this company.
Lead Instructor/ Director's Assistant (Former Employee), Rockford, ILNovember 6, 2012
Cons: pffff... where do i begin?
I was an assistant/lead instructor with Learn It Systems and they are so beyond unorganized, it's not even funny. It took 4 weeks to see my first paycheck and I was abruptly fired for the most ridiculous reason.
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Good school district
Academic Tutor (Former Employee), Baltimore, MDOctober 22, 2012
I enjoyed subbing in district one. I enjoyed working with students and the other teachers were helpful.
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Learn It Systems' The One
tutor (Current Employee), Santa Ana, CAOctober 8, 2012
Pros: the encouragement of children in the learning process.
Cons: there were no cons.
It was very rewarding working with the foster children. I learned a different approach working with K-6 students. Management was extremely cooperative. I really did not have any co-workers. There was no hardest part of the job for me. Making a difference in the lives of the children was the most enjoyable part of the job.
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Good part time job
Program Aide (Former Employee), New York, NYAugust 9, 2012
Pros: being able to help assist
Typical day as a program aide was to be at the school assigned, and helping the students and parent's with any questions. We make sure as program aides that the students are in the right classes, and attendance are signed in and out with the right times the come in and when they are dismissed. We also help teachers get their students the right work – more... books that are needed and exam booklets. I make phone calls to parent's when the student is absent and make sure the parents know. We also make phone calls concerning the program end date and any information they need. The reason why i was sign to this particular school is because of parents not being able to understand english, i was able to speak in chinese. – less
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Enjoyable work environment
Corporate (Current Employee), Baltimore, MDJune 8, 2012
Pros: room for advancement, respectful management
Cons: small kitchen
Learn It is a great place to really take charge and put your own stamp on the projects you work on. The employees at Learn It are all caring, easy to work with people who are passionate about improving education opportunities for today's students.
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Great if you want to learn business
Program Manager (Former Employee), Clifton, NJApril 30, 2012
Pros: great teaching environment
Cons: a lot
Learn It was a very good company if you wanted to learn how to run you own business. It was a field job, so I really enjoyed meeting new people. Other than that I only have negative things to say.
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Great
Instructor (Current Employee), Santa Ana, CAMarch 16, 2012
Pros: fun working with kids
Cons: part time
It is a great job because the staff and kids make it fun. Also, the staff is very organized