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Old 03-10-2010, 12:31 PM
 
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I'm wondering if teacher contracts have gone out for Wake County Schools? There are a few jobs on the Human Resources page but
not as many as I would expect. Anyone currently teaching in Wake
County have any insight on when jobs not being filled internally are
usually posted? Thanks --
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Old 03-10-2010, 03:39 PM
 
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tough to say - they post sporadically throughout the year. There have been lots of cuts in the last year, and so many jobs are posted with a candidate in mind. Your safest bet for a job that hasn't already been internally earmarked is the fall.
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Old 03-10-2010, 04:51 PM
 
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The website posts all new openings on Tuesday and Thursdays. There are jobs out there, but I will be honest in saying there is a lot of competition. Hundreds of teachers were let go last year and many of them are still trying to get back in.
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Old 03-10-2010, 05:03 PM
 
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Good Luck, a contract?? I would say if you are on a terminating one like we are we will not know if we have a job to a week before school starts in August again just like last year. Quite frankly the district and the way they treat their employees leaves much to be desired. I am disgusted with the fact that they give all part time teachers terminating contracts. Its a bad joke.
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Old 03-10-2010, 06:19 PM
 
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Good Luck, a contract?? I would say if you are on a terminating one like we are we will not know if we have a job to a week before school starts in August again just like last year. Quite frankly the district and the way they treat their employees leaves much to be desired. I am disgusted with the fact that they give all part time teachers terminating contracts. Its a bad joke.
Will part time teachers in N.J. be allowed to join the state retirement system?
N.J. Gov. Christie, lawmakers propose sweeping pension, health care changes for public employees | - NJ.com
The proposals would require workers and retirees at all levels of government and local school districts to contribute to their own health care costs, ban part-time workers at the state and local levels from participating in the underfunded state pension system, cap sick leave payouts for all public employees and constitutionally require the state to fully fund its pension obligations each year.

Will this become a national trend to fix help fix state pension systems?
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