Georgia Cyber Academy Careers and Employment
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- Company size51 to 200
- Revenue$25M to $100M (USD)
- IndustryPrimary & Secondary Schools
Salary estimated from 134 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
Education & Instruction
Insane reports with little notice, for constantly changing rosters, from people who use to teach but forget how to do it. They say they give support, but when you ask they tell you they already did in a 40-page email. Now use this program no one else knows about and incorporate into daily routine for students
HS Teacher in Virtual
on October 3, 2021
Please listen to me and the other reviews. We're not just complaining or making things up. It's all work and you literally work 8-5, actually past that time. You're micromanaged and there's so many administrators, you can barely keep up who to ask for help. Many people are leaving already! We're just two months in. I really regret working here and if you're on the fence, please don't do it. I'm warning you. You'll regret it, too. Now, I'm stuck.
Special Education in Remote
on October 4, 2021
GCA pays EXTREMELY LOW and employess are are UNDERPAID. They are paying 2009 salaries in 2021 and you're not allowed to not have another job during the hours of 8am-5pm. DO NOT work here if you are not married or rich because they pay you in PEANUTS. GCA IS HORRIBLE.
Behavior Specialist in Atlanta, GA
on September 13, 2021
At GCA, the Head of School has never been an educator. This sets up a LOT of horrible decision making. Teachers had absolutely ZERO say in any decisions that affect them and were ignored or openly shot down if they tried to voice opinions. The students are the same as anywhere else and its nice to work from home, but more and more is added onto teachers every day and every year with less and less respect from upper management (HoS and "Directors"). Some great people working there that are being beaten down by busy work, foolish decisions (that were not thought through), and back door school politics.
Teacher in Atlanta, GA
on September 2, 2021
Every year this company piles on the work for teachers. There is not enough time to get everything done 8-5, you will be working after hours or on weekends to stay caught up. You will be micromanaged by a lot of different administrators and expected to write pages of lesson plans. I have taught at many schools and the lesson plan format GCA uses is the most extensive I’ve ever seen. It’s nice to work from home but not when you’re tied to the computer all day and on weekends. This online school is too much like a brick and mortar school, expect you are not paid according to your educational experience or advanced degree. I would not recommend teaching here at all and this will be my last year here. I hope the school board reads all of these reviews from teachers and makes positive changes to improve the school because it’s not just teachers suffering - students are also overwhelmed with the work load and are only given a few minutes between each class.
Teacher in Online
on August 8, 2021
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