Paraprofessionals are on the front lines every day, supporting student learning, managing challenging behavior, and collaborating with their partner teachers to support all students. Educational leaders are acutely aware of how essential they are to ensuring schools and districts run effectively, yet paraprofessionals don’t always feel recognized and valued. Stress-related burnout, behavior management fatigue, and the toll these challenging times are taking has led many to reconsider their place in our educational system. Turnover rates continue to rise, and leaders are seeking ways to retain and support their paraprofessionals, who are so essential to student support structures.
Watch the replay of this webinar to learn innovative strategies district leaders have implemented to ensure their paraprofessionals feel supported and valued as members of the educational team.
Jose Hinojosa, Director of Special Education, Edgewood ISD, Texas
Linda Powell, Assistant Technology Specialist, Exceptional Student Services, Sunnyside USD, Arizona
Alia Jackson, President, 321 Insight
This is an hour-long free webinar.
Please use your school or district email address to request the replay of this webinar.