(Male, Age 57) from Milton, MA
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Describe the type of organization you work for.
Boston Public School systemre, which educates 60,000 students. There are approximately 5,000 teachers (from regular education teachers to school psychologists)
Describe your job role and responsibilities.
I am a 7th grade math teacher, teaching pre-algebra to 140 7th graders divided into 5 classes.
Please list an additional benefits (beyond compensation) that you receive.
dental coverage, legal services, health insurance (I’m responsible for 15%), summers off with three vacations of a week duration during the school year (Sept-June), annuitiy plans, accumulated sick leave, 18 sick days added on each year with 4 personal days which accumulate.
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Does your job entail you working with others on a daily basis? Is this something you like/dislike about your job? Please explain.
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A day in the life of…
Please describe a typical workday for you in your current job:
|5am to 6am
|6am to 7am
|7am to 8am
|arrive at work, get ready for school day, monitor homeroom period
|8am to 9am
|period 1 pre algebra class
|9am to 10am
|period 2 class with part of period 3, period 2 is a study period where I monitor a group of 28 students.
|10am to 11am
|part of period 3 and period 4
|11am to 12pm
|part of period 4 and lunch
|12pm to 1pm
|period 5 and part of period 6, period 6 is a free planning period
|1pm to 2pm
|part of period 6 and part of period 7
|2pm to 3pm
|end of period 7, school day is over at 2:15 and teachers are allowed to leave, but many usually stay for another hour to plan for the next day. Many teachers bring papers home to grade
|3pm to 4pm
|4pm to 5pm
|5pm to 6pm
|6pm to 7pm
|7pm to 8pm
|work on grading papers (homework, quizzes)
|8pm to 9pm
|9pm to 10pm
|10pm to 11pm
|11pm to 12am
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