Bid to Improve Training for Teacher’s Aides Loses Out to Cost and Budgetary Concerns


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A provision that would have improved access to training and career advancement for some of the state’s lowest-paid workers in the classroom, many employed to help high-need students, appears to have lost out this year due to cost and budgetary concerns. Kelly McQueeney, a paraprofessional in the Avon school district, said she had to learn […]
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Emilia Otte

Emilia Otte covers health and education for the Connecticut Examiner. In 2022 Otte was awarded "Rookie of the Year," by the New England Newspaper & Press Association.