Working with the under served community and great coworker was great.
My typical day at KIPP began at 6 am. Our operations manager would text me my assignment for the day, so my day was always different most of the time. I would cover for teachers that were sick or on a long term leave, such as pregnancy or on LOA. I learned major flexibility, and I was able to get to know all teachers and most students within the school - more... as I worked in all the classrooms at some point within the year as a substitute. The workplace culture was amazing because it was full of culture. The hardest part of this job was not being able to speak Spanish, as 99 percent of most of the stu ... - less
ProsCulture and coworkers
ConsParent involvement was a bare minimum