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NYC Department of Education Reviews
Five years ago, I didn't think I would fall in love with the job. I am a Paraprofessional at a District 75 school located in the Bronx. There are challenges when working with children who are disabled and/or display behavior issues. However, I believe that every child has the ability to learn and progress. I enjoy my job so much that I recently earned my Bachelor's degree in Speech-Language Pathology and this Fall semester I will start my Master's program. I am eager to learn more on how I can assist my future students with communication. I believe communication is a necessity in life, regardless if it is verbal, written, from a device, sign language, or the usage of pictures symbols. I learned the importance of communication from this position. After graduation, I would love to stay within he school system and working with special education children, especially with autistic children. Both the job and the cause has become a passion for me.
Teaching Assistant, 12+years, Special education Crisis. Great opportunity for those with a consistent support system in their personal lives and the will to pursue better paying, educationally based positions. Paycheck to paycheck trap for those without a support system, without multiple streams of income AND responsibilities like children. As a teaching assistant you will make too much to qualify for any type of assistance but not enough to avoid financial hardships whenever something economically unexpected occurs. Position better suited for those with a strong emotional AND economic support system in place.
For the last 5 years I’ve worked in a District 75 school in the Bronx, I come to love it all. There are challenges with students’ behaviors and disabilities, but I look pass that and see their individual potential and progression. I am who I am today because of the students. I am going to graduate school because I want learn how I can teach and help students. With this job I came to realized I wanted more for me and my future students. This is not just a job, it has become my passion and motivation to better myself for the students. As a paraprofessional, I realized my potential to continue my studies and to stay in District 75 school system. I can’t not see myself working in a different environment. It is all a learning experience, I learned from students, the challenges, the job, and myself.