The kids are fine, but the management keeps changing and never seems to know what is going on. The education manager left after less than three months without a two-week notice, but that seems to be normal here. They continue to hire people, but do not give hours to the people who are already working. They cannot figure out this is a huge reason for people leaving and finding other jobs. No one wants to work only two hours a week then see the company advertising for tutors. Management, or lack there of, is the biggest problem at this facility. Sylvan Learning Centers are franchises, so each one is managed differently. Finally, the pay is extremely low for the San Francisco Bay Area and instructors with advanced degrees.
Feeling your teaching helps the kids.
Lack of hours and low pay