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My company provides Medical, dental, vision insurance. It also provides retirement

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It's depressing. The students are the only bright spot.

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Technically we're not given "Vacation days" only because when kids have breaks, so do we and we're paid. So since OKCPS has a 2 week Fall Break, so do we. Same with Fall Break. 3 weeks at Christmas. I'm not sure of the number. I do know we have Sick Leave and Personal Leave as well as Bereavement. More than enough, and we're able to share leave with others if they've run out and a crisis arises.

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You need to be a flexible, understanding person to thrive in this ever-changing district.

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The work at Oklahoma city public schools. Is a pedagogical job, vocational and professional.The teachers work as a team, under the instructional leader.Each targets for better teaching and learning performance. That makes these schools unique.

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I was so excited about being a teacher. This has been a dream of mine for a long time. God is so good, He allowed me to follow my heart. Now that I have done this. I have to pass three test in order for this goal. The tests are not easy, however, if this is where God wants me to be things will work out I've done my best.

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All certificates are handled at the Oklahoma State Department of Education-Management & Training division. They present their RN license and pay $ 50 fee for teacher certification.

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