Moffatt, Calvillo, Rodriquez Paraprofessional, Instructional Aides and Teachers’ Aides Act
Many public schools throughout California do not have Paraprofessionals, Instructional Aides or Teachers Aides, in the majority of classrooms, after First (1st) grade.
Paraprofessionals, Instructional Aides or Teachers Aides, who are placed back in the classrooms their hourly threshold, will be a minimum of 5.75 hours per day.
The threshold of 5.75 hours per day for Paraprofessionals, Instructional Aides or Teachers Aides, benefits Teachers and Students, since the average classroom size is 30 Students.
Paraprofessionals along with Instructional Aides or Teachers Aides placed back into the class rooms will improve instruction time, classroom management and overcome difficulties with other students who need a little more attention, than other students.
Teachers do matter, because they are the backbone to our student’s future...
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