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Education support professionals help make schools work. They drive the buses, feed the students and clean up at the end of the day – but they also help in classrooms and, in Jenny Wood’s case, make language accessible and conversations understandable for their students.
Emojis aren’t just for texting and Facebook anymore. Those little smiley faces – or angry faces – are being used by educators at Crete Public Schools to get ahead of student mental health concerns.
"When I am working with kids, whether it is morning duty, recess duty, or helping a student with math, reading or friendship problems, and sometimes even giving them a safe place to have a tantrum, I am doing what I was meant to do," Marsh said. "All I have ever wanted to do is teach and serve others. I still get to do that, and for that I am grateful. I am proud to be an ESP!"
NSEA offers R-Cubed room kit for rejuvenation, revitalization
We have a firehose of information sprayed at us on a daily basis. Educators and public education are being falsely portrayed using partial truths and outright fiction. We need to combat propaganda with truth and your voice.
Staff shortages impose grim reality on schools in Nebraska, nationwide
2022 Nebraska Teacher of the Year first male person of color and ESL teacher to hold title
Regular mammograms and communication with your doctor about new or worsening symptoms can catch breast cancer in its early stages and improve chances of treatment.
Long distance learning: David City preschool teacher Julie Zrust has a mini classroom set up in her basement, where she spends her early mornings teaching online. Zrust has taught for VIPKid since 2017.