Special Education Paraprofessional Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Special Education Paraprofessional?

Special Education Paraprofessional in Carrollton:
"Challenging, but, rewarding."
Pros: To see your children able to learn and grow.
Cons: Pay.

Special Education Paraprofessional in LaGrange:
"Like a country club."
Pros: My Co workers.
Cons: Giving into the parents.

Special Education Paraprofessional in Denver:
Pros: Inspiring kids.
Cons: Culture, stress level.

Special Education Paraprofessional in Alton:
"Commute is short."
Pros: Working with children.
Cons: Disgruntled co-workers.

Special Education Paraprofessional in Sioux Falls:
"Paraprofessional."
Pros: More opportunities and different environment. But never worked in Sioux Falls.
Cons: Unsure, never worked in Sioux Falls.

Special Education Paraprofessional in Park City:
Pros: Commute, enjoy working with all ages of students.
Cons: Cost of living. No training for job. Job description and pay for working with severe disablbed students is not. Risk of injury and stress is very high. Shortage of special education paraprofessionals.

Special Education Paraprofessional in Redding:
"Just an alright Job."
Pros: I like that Redding is not so big. The commute to work is usually pretty good as the population is Redding is not so high. The people are pretty friendly and everyone helps each other out.
Cons: Feels like I never get any where. And the pay is pretty bad. Even after graduating I cannot find a job that pays more than what I am making now.