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Winston Preparatory School Employee Reviews

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Solid staff development
Teacher (Current Employee), New York, NYJanuary 8, 2013
Pros: good people, friendly work environment, great resources
Cons: no retirement benefits or healthcare
Regular working school hours, with a solid amount of staff development on mental health and behavioral disorders. Managed well by a team that moves between CT and NY. Coworkers are friendly, mostly female between 24 and 35. Hardest part of the job is the disciplinary portion for children. Most enjoyable part is watching children grow and learn, and the interaction with 150 people that are interested and happy to see you every day.
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Department Art Chair for middle and upper high school
Dept. Chair (Former Employee), New York, NYSeptember 13, 2012
Pros: every student found success in the schools highly nuturing environment.
Cons: leaving after ten years to move.
All classes where catered to individual learning styles,the faculty and administrators were very supportive to the staff. The school thrived on faculty development and shared curriculum development.
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An inspiring work environment
Focus Teacher (Current Employee), New York, NYJuly 10, 2012
Pros: great teaching environment
Cons: benefits and salaries
A dynamic caring administration of educators and a diverse, friendly, and highly qualified faculty characterize this private school for learning disabled middle and high school students. The priority is the student. Management supports and assists faculty in helping students. Pay is relatively low and benefits are very expensive.