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Evanston, IL

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Evanston/Skokie School District 65 salaries in Evanston, IL

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Evanston/Skokie School District 65 ratings in Evanston, IL

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Evanston/Skokie School District 65 Evanston, IL employee reviews

Teacher in Evanston, IL
on June 9, 2023
A good place to teach with quality resources and staff that care about the students and their individual and unique needs. There are also good professional developments
Teaching Assistant (TA) in Evanston, IL
on October 21, 2023
helping students in the classroom and throughout the day is very fulfilling but you must be flexible and be able to work well as a team member in your classroom
Instructor in Evanston Illinois
on July 28, 2023
Stagnant pay and difficult students but supportive environment. Pay will be low and stagnant. It will take years to make the money you truly deserve.
Paraprofessional/Teacher's Aide in Evanston, IL
on August 11, 2022
Overall my experience was enjoyable. This is 65 works hard to maintain committed to its diversity and equity and inclusion initiative. This has helped me to stay for as long as I have in this position. The pay is competitive however it could be more. Evanston is very diverse which has its pros and cons. Expect to work with a few nut jobs as well as many great coworkers as well. Remain focused on t...
Support Staff in Evanston, IL
on November 20, 2021
Administrators will blame educators and support staff for anything and everything. "Taking accountability" is just a phrase that gets thrown around by upper admin, but it holds no actionable value in the long term. Administrators enjoy touting their superiority while attempting to hide their contempt and distain for educators and support staff.

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