Great kids, good people, nice management, poor structure
Teacher (Former Employee) – Gwinnett County, GA – July 27, 2019
They are more focused on their subsidies and enrollment than comfortable class sizes, transition should be at age and not "close enough"
you're over ratio by one or 2 daily so lots of kid shifting, or they put two teachers in a room and pack kids in (16 one year olds, some not walking! 18 2 year olds! 34 three year olds!) it's not enough space to actually teach. Not enough toys, or they are old and broken. Sad playground. No supplies unless you buy them
You could change a diaper and realize you've not interacted with that child all day
The manager does her best under the pressure she has. There are times food is slim and milk is prioritized for ga pre-k. All in all until they get to Pre-K they really don't seem to want you to teach, just babysit.