A social justice training session helps Illinois school security officers ensure that all students feel safe in their schools.
Seeing an abundance of food and supplies in one corner of their lives and a severe need for these necessities in another, two educators jumped into action.
Custodian and pastor Stephone Avery works hard to implement ESSA and raise ESP voices.
Alaska paraeducator Sherry Shaw shows and tells during her RA address.
After 11-year-old Isabella Pieri lost her mother, bus driver Tracy Dean offered to braid her hair every morning before school.
Fed up with moonlighting and living paycheck-to-paycheck, education support professionals in Virginia seek fair pay.
At Kennedy Elementary, teamwork, camaraderie, and mutual appreciation are the pillars upon which the school operates.
Sherry Shaw’s advocacy on behalf of students and colleagues includes extensive volunteer work with the Special Olympics and other community organizations.
Growing up in poverty, Marcell Branch turned to life as a gangbanger. Today, he’s a paraeducator who works every day to keep his students on a better path.
Mentoring ensures that ESP can effectively deal with the growing complexity of their careers and meet the increasing demands placed on them.