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Director, Innovation

School District of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA

For forward-thinking administrators and educators opportunities abound in the School District of Philadelphia. The School District of Philadelphia is… Glassdoor

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Development Officer

School District of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA

The Development Officer is responsible for building and managing a strategic plan to increase charitable donations to the School District of… Glassdoor

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School District of Philadelphia Superintendent William R. Hite Jr
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    There was so much to learn about providing security and crime prevention services in a school environment. You had to make sure that you monitored everything. Whatever you think might be suspicious , either persons and or a situation must be investigated. The welfare of the students and staff is job one. You also learn how to and when to contact emergency personnel and or police if needed. And you do get a chance to talk to young students about what they might want to do in life. Maybe give them a little advice about what you might know that could help them to make good decisions in there life.


    You really need a lot of patience , and you must be smart in all that you do. Every day there something new to face. Everything from fights in the lunch room , to who might have stole the teacher's cell phone.

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    My advice to management is that they really need to have smaller class size. There are just to many students in a class room. I think that would help to make better learners. Teachers have a tough job as it is.

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