ESSA - Special Programs Instructional Assistant 2020-21 - Washington
Special Programs Instructional Assistant - ESSA
To improve student achievement by assisting a licensed teacher in the planning and implementation of an educational program, including individualized education programs (IEPs). Assigned educational programs may include both general and special education settings.
May ride bus with student.
Will work student contact days only.
May assist with physical, and/or behavior management communication, and instruction.
Hours per day: 3.25
Status: Limited Term until June 15, 2021
Hourly Range: $17.90 - $22.86
ESSA Documentation Required: Yes
Application Procedure: Apply online
We are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job, and that candidate may be one who comes from a less traditional background. We would encourage you to apply, even if you don't believe you meet every one of our qualifications described. If you are unsure whether you meet the qualifications of this position, or how this would be determined, please feel free to contact Human Resources to discuss your application. Preference will be given to those applicants with work or lived experience with culturally, linguistically and racially diverse communities.
In compliance with the federal ESSA, Salem-Keizer Public Schools has additional qualifications and requirements for this position. All paraprofessionals with instructional duties in programs supported by federal Title I funds must meet the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) requirements (see below for options to meet the requirements).
If you meet any of the below ESSA requirements, you must register this information with the district by attaching transcripts and/or test results to your job application. These materials will be reviewed to verify that the requirements are met.
1. Possess an Associate's degree or higher; or
2. Complete coursework at an institution of higher education. Transcripts must contain
evidence of passing (C or higher) grades in classes equivalent to Chemeketa
Community College's Reading 90 (in English), Writing 115 (in English), and Math 60;
3. Demonstrate proficiency in Reading, Writing, and Math at the equivalent of the above
courses, as measured by the Compass (Oregon Community College) assessment or
Accuplacer Assessment; or a passing score on the Praxis Core or Willamette
Education Services District Paraprofessional Assessment
Salem-Keizer School District is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer