On The Horizon

It’s been a week here at ParaEducate. We’re lucky in our section of California: we didn’t lose power. But that doesn’t mean the weather hasn’t played with the attention of all the things we’ve needed to accomplish. The weather has affected working with students, working with the things we need. Fortunately, the weekend is nearly here.

Where Have We Been?

This isn’t a post about the blog going somewhere or ParaEducate coming back from somewhere. This is a post about history.

It’s the middle of October, one of several months dedicated to a variety of disabilities. We aren’t here to quibble over the phrasing of ‘awareness’ verses ‘acceptance’. We’re here to look at how far we’ve truly come.

A bit of truth-telling we need to share—Renay has been on a professional detour of sorts and hopefully will be making something we need to really delve into this history project we are about to embark on.

We promise this is worth waiting for.

Wait…Isn’t There Supposed to be a Book Announcement?

ParaEducate has been working on a very special book for three years. Of which, in the last five months there was a complete re-write. Not a partial edit, a completely new file was started and built around the original project.

The book is currently in multiple pieces being reassembled and sorted through. It involves some intensive illustration and not all of the original art pieces are quite ready. We’re almost there. We promise. You’ll be the first to know.

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ParaEducate is a company run to help reach out to paraeducators or paraprofessionals in public K-12 schools, giving advice, talking about publications that ParaEducate produces, and other useful information regarding working in public school settings.
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