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8 am to 2:50pm with 50 min lunch break (district 75 special education) you can work a second job too since the hours are agreeable. They pay for school up until bachelors... also they have bussing position for Morning and afternoon/evening and my school has a afterschool program (more money 😊)


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The working hours were fine.

Answered - iPlan Portal Support Specialist (Current Employee) - New York, NY

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Working hours are agreeable and affords a working parent the opportunity to be home when their child gets home from school.

Answered - Teacher - Gen. Ed., Special Ed (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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Not offered enough hours

Answered - School Aide (Current Employee) - Bronx, NY

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The hours were perfect. It was the same as the school hours. It can be a little difficult when you're a commuter, but it was

Answered - Parent Coordinator (Former Employee) - Bayside, NY

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Hours of operations are between 5 AM and 4 PM
Overtime isn't allowed 99.99% of the time so you will be working 8 hours with a 30 min lunch between those hours

Answered - Service Desk Technician (Current Employee) - Tulsa, OK

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Great 7:30 until 4:00pm

Answered - Sub Teacher (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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