Special Education Paraprofessional Reviews

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Based on 851 responses, the job of Special Education Paraprofessional has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.07 out of 5. On average, Special Education Paraprofessionals are highly satisfied with their job.
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December 2017
"Allows me to watch the students become productive members of."
Special Education Paraprofessional in Kankakee:
Pros: Close to home.
Cons: Area doesn't offer enough for young people.
January 2018
"The pay schedule."
Special Education Paraprofessional in Fort Wayne:
Have a love for children, because the pay is not that great for what you do and the years of experience that a person puts in because of the love and dedication.
November 2018
Special Education Paraprofessional in Swarthmore:
Pros: I am close to work
Cons: Negative atmosphere
November 2018
"Energetic and Challenging Special Paraprofessional Opportunity."
Special Education Paraprofessional in Sparta:
Pros: close to home
Cons: nothing
November 2018
"Compensation for a job well done."
Special Education Paraprofessional in Peoria:
Pros: The people and location
Cons: The pay rate for my job and Governor Doug Dunderhead
December 2018
"I enjoy the job and my city."
Special Education Paraprofessional in San Francisco:
Pros: I can take a bus and the school is not far from home.
Cons: I am ready to retire.
December 2018
"My coworkers are a lot of fun to be around. You can tell they truly care about the students."
Special Education Paraprofessional in Parkersburg:
Pros: The people I work with
Cons: The pay is very low. A lot of the paraprofessionals have a second job