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What would you suggest New York City Department of Education management do to prevent others from leaving?

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Provide funds and materials for teachers to teach properly.

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Stay up on union rights pension and tda

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Pay paraprofessional their worth especially if they have a bachelor degree and have over 5 years experience and a teacher assistant certification. In fair we get paid unjustly stop grandfathing the ones who been sucking the system dry for over 20 years not doing anything or trying to get a certification as a para

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Bring home economics classes, religion/spirituality class, increase the pay for teachers, school supply increase for teachers, and have meetings that can strengthen faculty of all depts and discuss the areas that need to improve.

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Remove abusive principals from buildings immediately.

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Have consistent funding for these programs.

Answered - Teaching Artist (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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Have neighboring school districts such as Mount Vernon and the Bronx work together to solve the issues surrounding student transfers between the two.

Answered - Universal Pre Kindergarten (UPK), Evaluator (Former Employee) - Brooklyn, NY

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Review workload cases. School psychologists should not be in two or more schools and required to maintain cases in compliance.

Answered - Bilingual School Psychologist (Current Employee) - New York, NY

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I feel there should be a little bit of benefits for substitute teachers in order for them to be enthusiastic in keeping their jobs.

Answered - Substitute Teacher (Former Employee) - Queens, NY

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I didn't leave the position because there was a problem with the position, it was a temporary position as it was an internship

Answered - Intern (Former Employee) - Long Island City, NY

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