“Puyallup School District paraeducators secure higher pay in new agreement“, published by the Seattle Times
The latest information on upcoming events, deadlines, and other news related to the Paraeducator Board.
The Paraeducator Board sends out monthly email newsletters and announcements, which you can subscribe to here. These are the newsletters sent out October 2017.
PESB is pleased to announce the Pipeline for Paraeducators Conditional Scholarship! This program can provide funding for paraeducators, with a minimum of three years classroom experience and no college degree, up to $4,000 towards earning their Associate of Arts degree from a Washington community or technical college, with the intention of becoming a fully certified teacher. Those awarded will be required to complete their AA within two years, making them eligible to enroll in an Alternative Route 1 program, and go on to earn their certification and teach for a minimum of two years. More information on the requirements and responsibilities of candidates can be found on PESB’s Educator Pathways site under Developing Current Educators.
Related information – Pipeline for Paraeducators Conditional Scholarship page
Key date – October 31, 2017
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The Paraeducator Board sends out monthly email newsletters and announcements, which you can subscribe to here. These are the newsletters sent out September 2017.
“Bilingual Paraeducators Bridge Gap Between Student, Teacher“, published by Gov. Jay Inslee and his administration
“Tackling The Lack Of Teacher Diversity In Washington Schools“, published by Northwest Public Radio
“Washington’s 2018 Teacher of the Year: ‘Be fearless, be kind, get to know your neighbors’”, published by The Seattle Times [Mandy Manning is a member of the Paraeducator Board]