Preschool Teacher, (but not Special Education) Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Preschool Teacher, (but not Special Education)?

Preschool Teacher, (but not Special Education) in Alexandria:
"I'm unable to complete my job description duties due to als."
Pros: The children.
Cons: The fact I can't actually stend quality time with my preschoolers due to large amounts of mandatory cleaning, paperwork, etc. Feeling burned out and taken adventage of. I don't get paid enough for this...

Preschool Teacher, (but not Special Education) in Placerville:
"Fulfilling and high energy."
Pros: I love that I get to work to change the lives of children in an accepting creative way.
Cons: It is not a very clean job.

Preschool Teacher, (but not Special Education) in Stoneham:
"Good."
Pros: Teaching the children, and striving to become a great centre.
Cons: Nothing that is really worth mentioning.

Preschool Teacher, (but not Special Education) in Los Angeles:
"That there were no annual salary increases."
Be proficient in technology.

Preschool Teacher, (but not Special Education) in Bronx:
"My assistant doesn't like children."
Pros: Interacting with the children and their parents.
Cons: My Assistant.

Preschool Teacher, (but not Special Education) in Anderson:
Pros: People and families I work with.
Cons: Pay and quick employee turnover rate.

Preschool Teacher, (but not Special Education) in Littleton:
"It's been pretty good."
Pros: Freedom to write lesson plans.
Cons: Pay too low.