Like other management companies that lose sight of the real goal...kids, they will go belly up soon! Upper management clearly has communication issues as well as not being fully qualified for their current positions. CEO obviously has his hands in other things rather than checking on the schools and the corporate management team.
This company will crumble eventually. They are not working in the best interest of students, rather to make money. Teachers are not given the tools to be successful and expected to work long hours in hostile conditions.
Good I feel it's only gonna get better and bigger, with so many kids needed help to grow.
Answered - Paraprofessional (Current Employee) - Tempe, AZ