It's still nothing but a glorified call center job.
On 1/31/13, anon wrote:
> The outfit has a salary schedule on its webpage, and while it seems
> somewhat competitive to public schools, you have to bear in mind this
> is a YEAR-ROUND job, as opposed to regular public school teachers
> being paid for 9 or 10 months of work. Therefore, it's actually LESS
> On 1/31/13, Broke FL Teacher wrote:
>> On 1/31/13, anon wrote:
>>> It sounds like nothing more than a glorified call center job but
>>> without the commissions.
>>> Any teacher who would even lower himself or herself to this level
>>> shouldn't be in the field to begin with.
>>> Online K-12 schools should be outlawed.
>> No way would I give up a real job for a virtual job. I'm sure this
>> will be outsourced soon. The state already outsources the sunpasses
>> for the toll roads to a company in Georgia, and isn't the state's
>> payroll done in India?
>> What is the pay? With no summers off and only two weeks vacation, it
>> should be MUCH higher than regular teaching. I'll bet it isn't