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Compliance with NCLB
- Qualification for Paraprofessionals
- This document reviews:
- qualifications as specified by NCLB,
- defines roles of paraeducators, and
- specifies professional development needs
- Paraprofessionals who do not hold a teaching certificate shall receive a minimum of fifteen (15) hours of training during their initial year of employment and a minimum of ten (10) hours of training in subsequent years.
- Memo to School Administrators, Title IA, and Special Education Directors, dated Maiy 16, 2013
- The ParaProfessional Test is replacing the ParaPro Assessment provided by ETS for paraeducators seeking highly qualified status.
Standards to Measure Professional Growth of Paraeducators
Policy that Distinguishes Paraeducators Working with Special Education
<li>**Focus on…Issues in Special Education: Paraprofessionals** <li><a href="http://dese.mo.gov/se/compliance/documents/tab-paraprofessional.pdf">http://dese.mo.gov/se/compliance/documents/tab-paraprofessional.pdf</a> <li>Federal mandated expectations reviewed as well as Missouri's expectations for paraprofessionals with specific duties <li>Duties are defined for paraprofessionals <li>Training of fifteen hours during initial year of employment and ten hours in subsequent years is recommended addressing the following topics: <li>The type of disabilities of the students with whom they work with, <li>Basic principles of behavior modification, <li>Basic instructional techniques, and <li>Necessary skills to work with specific pupils.
Resource Guide for Supervisors: Assisting Local Agencies in Supervision of Paraeducators Beyond NCLB Mandated Expectations
Standards to Measure the Professional Growth of Teachers in a Position to Supervise Paraeducators