Paraprofessionals And How They Make Teacher's Lives Easier By: Jonathan Hubler

Paraprofessionals provide teachers with the opportunity to focus more on educating their students.

Paraprofessionals help to provide a smaller teacher to student ratio in the classroom.

With paraprofessionals properly trained, teachers can have more one-on-one time to help their students learn.

Paraprofessionals can reduce distractions in the classroom for both the teacher and the students.

Paraprofessionals can help facilitate engagement between students in the classroom, thus helping the learning process.


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