You were hired because you were the best candidate for the job. You are an integral part of the educational process and students and teachers need the skills and abilities you bring to the table. Keep that positive outlook going by incorporating some of these suggested tips.
Regardless of what job you do in your school district, it's important to build relationships with your fellow workers. Knowing what staff members do can help you better understand their specific needs and how you can help each other.
In July of 2012, state leaders came together around the goal of improving the pay earned by ESPs in Delaware. The ambitious plan is just the first step in what we hope will be an ongoing effort to fairly and respectfully compensate ESPs for the valuable role they plan in the education of Delaware students.
Education Support Professionals are the first and last school employees to see students in the school community. Through their various careers they touch the lives of students and ensure student success. Watch the video below recorded at the 2014 NEA ESP Conference to hear how.