Training a valuable resource
There are over 250,000 paraeducators working in the nation’s public schools and additional thousands working in private schools today. They represent a major resource in improving student achievement and building stronger and more effective schools. Yet, there is a consensus across many educators that this resource has never been adequately trained and prepared for the important roles they play. Many teachers are not prepared to supervise, train and monitor their paraeducator partners.
- Basics of Teacher and Paraeducator Roles and Skills
- Teachers Supporting Paraeducators
- Paraeducator Roles and Responsibilities
Stetson & Associates, Inc. is committed to supporting the efforts of the education community in ensuring excellence and equity for all students.
We work with school leadership teams to empower educators and facilitate a systems change approach that achieves educational excellence.
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