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  • j for me, personally, it was absolutely worth it. there is not a day that i regret leaving. sometimes i wish i had more money, but sanity was worth it. On 3/16/09, question to j wrote: > so basically it was worth it? I figure it would be a massi...See More
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  • question to j so basically it was worth it? I figure it would be a massive pay cut but at least I'll still be working in my field. I don't know if it's worth it to work in a "don't know if I'll have a job tomorrow" kind of p...See More
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  • j as an ohio charter school veteran of 6 years i feel your pain. in a similar situation, i decided to do a form of paraprofessional work for the local public schools. i am still in the inner-city, but it is leaps and bounds different. what my husb...See More
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  • pksped Because jobs are so scarce, any other time I probably would have suggested that you keep any teaching job that you have. You are right - moving to a parapro job would be a step backward, and that would have its own related stress. The ONLY reason...See More
    Mar 4, 2009 report post
  • to pksped I am certified but jobs are scarce in Ohio...I know it's not just me when the MAJORITY of the staff is unhappy/miserable and we are constantly being hammered on. As a charter we have no sick days, no personal days, and if they dismiss you th...See More
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