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Paraeducators are critical to providing the best, supportive educational environment for students. Whether you need to train the paraeducators currently working in your district or need help recruiting qualified Paraeducators, CREC can help.
CREC is now a testing site for the Educational Testing Service's (ETS) ParaPro Assessment. ETS developed the ParaPro Assessment as a way to satisfy the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act, which requires that paraeducators serving in an instructional capacity have an associate of arts degree, completed two years of college, or have otherwise demonstrated adequate academic knowledge.
This online five-course program of study, provided in conjunction with Charter Oak State College, is designed for aspiring or practicing paraeducators interested in obtaining college credit. They may apply these credits toward other programs, including associate's or bachelor's degrees.
CREC's staffing specialists provide highly-qualified professionals for short and long-term assignments, including comprehensive student assessments. CREC provides payroll and timekeeping services, liability insurance, staff supervision, and administration and performance evaluations. We specialize in "hard to find" staff, thus saving organizations time and money in recruitment.
Paraeducators are critical to providing the best, supportive educational environment for students. The COMPASS is a nationally recognized, comprehensive, job-embedded professional development curriculum aligned with national paraeducator standards.
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