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Be Careful What You Wish For: Five Reasons to be Concerned About the Assignment of Individual Paraprofessionals Published in the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)'s Online Journal, Vol. 37 No. 5, May/June 2005. (PDF file)

 

How to Request a One-to-One for Your Child - When parents request a "one-to-one" aide or paraprofessional for their child with a disability, they are often frustrated by the school district's response. Even when the district agrees to their request, parents may be dissatisfied with the results. Parents need to know what they want, how to get it, and the outcomes they expect.  

 

 

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