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I would LOVE if my Para was pulled. Sad to say but the couple times she was out with no sub my day went so much smoother.

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theroad 02-24-2019 06:51 PM

I teach in a sub separate classroom and have never had this happen to me, however, not knowing your exact situation, I'm guessing there's still at least a 90% chance that you're out of compliance with IEPs by having your para pulled to sub????

I'd bring that up to admin as a concern...specifically mentioning compliance concerns... and I feel like I'd try to somehow manage to let my SPED admin know what was happening as well... yikes, good luck!

Tsy2013 02-21-2019 06:00 PM

I would LOVE if my Para was pulled. Sad to say but the couple times she was out with no sub my day went so much smoother.

Snowflake29 02-21-2019 04:53 PM

THis happens atleast twice a month at my school with my IA. It drives us nuts and really puts a strain on the support for my kids. We’ve complained to admin but it’s a county wide issue which doesn’t help.

checkerjane 02-20-2019 09:13 PM

No, she’s not certified. She’s not happy about it, either. She was hired to be a para, not a sub.

pdxteacher 02-20-2019 07:41 PM

Yikes, that would make me mad, too. I'm mad for you! Is your para a certified teacher? In my district paras aren't allowed to cover a class.

checkerjane 02-20-2019 06:27 PM

in gen ed classrooms all the darn time!!!!! I’ve about had it!!!




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