Thx for the response. It's a staff district position
and I wouldn't spend much time in the classroom.
On 12/30/16, sped wrote:
> First: All district offices are political. Remember
> Superintendents are literally political appointees.
> Second: I've not workd for SFUSD, but I've known
> have. Their pay could be better for teachers in the
> expensive Bay Area, but besides that, they're
> bad for a big city school district.
> Are you going to be a teacher working at the
> admin, or some other position? In any case, these
> usually more "political" because they are close to
> wigs who make the politics, and you don't have the
> retreating to your classroom.
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