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Written by Math Fellow (Former Employee) from Oakland, CA on December 23, 2017
Blueprint is working with the kids with the lowest math level, which often translates to the worst behavior students who do not want to learn. There were a few good students, but the majority had behavior/learning problems which made teaching them difficult. This leads to all sorts of stress. For example, the kids can jump on tables, cuss at you, - more... do no work, and other things and you don't have any effective methods to dealing with it. If you're prepared to deal day in and day out with this kind of environment or have some super passion that you can change things, then this job might be for y ... - less
ProsHealthcare
ConsStress, low pay
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