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1. Technically, a public charter school, but run like more of a private company.
2. Yes, being paid salary, but before last summer, company verbally promised hourly "overtime" pay for more than 50 students. However, they limited it to 15 hours (for 30 additional students), but kept adding up to 110 students total.
3. There are no classes: it is an independent-study-program (1-on-1 approximately 1/2-hour meetings with students by appointment). I have not seen "50 student maximum" in writing, but that is the company-wide policy.
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