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Education & Instruction
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Working at a school district is dynamic because there are new challenges every day that must be addressed. In addition, decisions made at the state level can have impact on the local district. But, the shared dedication to ensuring students receive a quality education that is enriched by art, music, sports, and other opportunities, and the chance to contribute to the future of our community, drives most of the teachers and other educators.
Coordinator/Director in austin, TX
on June 12, 2021
Over the last few years, partially due to legal changes in the state of Texas and mostly due to poor leadership, Austin ISD has become an exceptionally poor working environment for LSSPs and Educational Diagnosticians. Our positions were eliminated in the Spring in what appeared to be a misdirected culture cleanse, and I fear that things won't be getting any better in the near future. I loved working here when I first started, but leadership ran our department into the ground.
Licensed Specialist in School Psychology in Austin, TX
on July 12, 2021
When I first started working here, I enjoyed the sense of autonomy they gave their employees and departments. In recent years, it became a toxic work environment, because of leaders who were out of touch yet wanted to micromanage everything. However, most people in direct contact with families and students do an amazing job of supporting those they serve.
Speech Language Pathologist in Austin, TX
on June 2, 2021
My coworkers are always giving 100% of themselves to the job! The day can be from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm with special events for families after school. Hardest part of the job is having to educate the parents on the importance of helping their child and establishing a routine. Most enjoyable part is working with the children.
Teacher in North Austin, TX
on April 8, 2021
Your experience in Austin ISD will depend on the school and admin. Low pay for the workload. Opportunities are available to move into admin. Austin ISD is not very diverse.
Teacher in Austin, TX
on March 2, 2021
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