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Technically the paras are never supposed to
Old 08-29-2019, 09:47 AM
 
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give information to anyone except their chain of command, lead teacher, case manager or SpEd Director... It has always been this way and always will be.

Next, While you may contact your union, and there may be whistle-blower laws to protect some things, I still recommend you follow your school's chain of command. To not do so would likely count as insubordination. So while they cannot fire or reprimand you for "telling," they can fire you for insubordination.

Even in cases where a shared or part time para IS appropriate, it has to be discussed by the IEP team and written in to the plan.

I have students who have moved from a full time 1:1 to shared, part time or loose supervision but all involved know and it is documented.

Good luck.
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