nan, coming from my own experience (or my mothers), School gets out in late June and teachers are called back before labor Day (for prep). I will double check on that one though. Basically summer is only 2 months long. Most classes taken are either a solid week or are taken over several weeks. You CAN go "after work" but some classes just are not offered then. Many schools are also doing summer programs, SOME with nominal pay. The programs are relatively small, maybe 1/wk, but still involve planning and time devoted. It just makes the money able to be earned difficult as many places will not pay you nearly the amount you "earn" per hour as a teacher. You are part time (temp) work. There are exceptions (that teacher that worked as a porn star), but most summer jobs are really not worth the extra aggro for the few K you end up taking home for all your effort.