Education support professionals are key players in keeping students safe, healthy, engaged, supported and challenged.
“We see the whole child, we notice their victories and their challenges,” special education paraeducator Doreen McGuire-Grigg tells RA delegates.
A dropout programs developer in Phoenix goes above and beyond in helping students overcome barriers to graduation.
The White House honored and celebrated the work of education support professionals (ESP) as “Champions of Change.”
Paraprofessionals and ESPs have come off the sidelines to become part of the decision-making process surrounding the Every Student Succeeds Act.
That’s what this school attendance specialist makes for work that is critical to student success.
Doreen McGuire-Grigg has spent her career speaking on behalf of children, paraeducator careers and the role of ESP in educating the whole student.
School custodians in Texas upend the order of their district by fighting back against ethical violations and abuses of power.
Every day, in every public school, ESPs contribute to school safety in ways that are significant and innumerable.