$20/hr but that is for classroom teaching only. Your training, staff meetings, grading papers, tutoring students, prepping for class time, is all done on your own time, is REQUIRED but without paid compensation. You are REQUIRED to put in hours on all of these, or be terminated, but on your own time, meaning you end up making about $5/hour. That is why they have a VERY LARGE turnover.
20/hr. But, as was stated by other reviewers, you are only paid for class time. Some weeks it seems worth it, but other weeks it feels like minimum wage if there is a lot of grading and prep work to do.
$20 an hour, but they only get paid for class time of 4.5 hours. All the extra hours of grading, tutoring, prep work, office hour, meetings and in-services are all unpaid so it ends up being around minimum wage or less.
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20.00 per hr
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