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Compliance with NCLB
- When Are Paraprofessionals Required to be Under the Supervision of a Highly
- Uses the NCLB Sec. 1119 to clarify paraprofessional role
- Division 37, Educational Assistants
- Clarifies the role of those paraprofessionals not employed through Title I funding (Educational Assistants)
- State Board of Education – Administrative Rule Summary
- Distinguishes between paraprofessionals (Title I) and educational assistants
- Paraprofessionals: Section 1119 of No Child Left Behind
- Clarifies federal mandated expectations
- Paraeducator Certificate Programs
- A listing of those community colleges within the state that offer a state
approved certificate program for paraeducators. Upon successful completion
of the community college program the following standards have been met:
- Demonstrate appropriate strategies and techniques to provide instructional support to students of diverse populations.
- Demonstrate attitudes and behaviors that are appropriate in meeting the needs of diverse populations.
- Apply best practices in classroom management to optimize the potential for student learning.
- Practice ethical and legal standards of conduct.
- Apply technology to support teaching, learning and communication.
Standards to Measure Professional Growth of Paraeducators
Policy that Distinguishes Paraeducators Working with Special Education
- Policy and Procedures for Special Education: 2007-2008
- Requires LEAs in the state take measurable steps to recruit, hire, train, and retain highly qualified personnel to provide special education and related services to children with disabilities
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