If an innovation grant school operates on an "at will" basis,
I would really avoid it, unless you have no other choice
employment wise. Particularly in light of the upcoming
funding cuts in the state budget for K-12 education.
On 2/05/11, jesusita wrote:
> Does anyone have any experience working at a school that has
> received an Innovation Grant? From want I understand, the
> grant makes schools exempt from the Union Contract and
> enables them to increase the school year/day and offer "at
> will" employee contracts. How is this different from a
> Charter School? I'm just curious if anyone out there has
> first hand experience working at an Innovation Grant school
> and could speak specifically on how the grant affected
> working conditions and student achievement.