Questions and Answers about District of Columbia Public Schools

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at District of Columbia Public Schools.

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Longer than I expected.

Answered - Case Manager/Resource Teacher (Current Employee) - Washington, DC

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I was happy becuase it was a government agency and i was working with children

Answered - Bus Attendant (Former Employee) - Washington, DC

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The schools in the District of Columbia are varied. They are varied according to leadership, the parental involvement and the programs offered. I worked at several school throughout my time there and had both good, and ugly experiences depending upon these factors. There are some excellent schools in D.C.: Phelps HS, Duke Ellington School of the Arts, Oyster Elementary and Bunker Hill are a few of them,

Answered - English Teacher (Former Employee) - Anacostia, DC

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I am okay with it but, rather not bring up work at all.

Answered - Manager (Current Employee) - Washington, DC

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I had mixed feelings. I valued the work I was doing, but did not always feel valued as an employee.

Answered - Early Childhood Teacher (Former Employee) - Washington City, DC

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I was proud to say I worked at DC Public Schools

Answered - Business/ Office Manager (Former Employee) - Washington, DC

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Apprehensive

Answered - Special Education Coordinator/LEA Representative (Current Employee) - Washington, DC 20002

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