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paraprofessionals offer great help when transferring instructions from the teacher. Discussion of Findings The data collected through observation made me appreciate the amount of effort the two institutions were making to ensure all students receive a quality education. Most of these learners come from disadvantaged families, and these services were provided at almost no cost. The results from the interviews showed that the programs implemented in these schools need more financial support. The practice should be given more awareness so that it can be effected in the entire State of New York. The work the two teachers do and the services offered by the paraprofessionals are selfless and worth acknowledging. In my future as an educator, I aim to have the same virtues and to also campaign for increased funding for such projects. Conclusion The field work conducted on P10X @240 and P10X @390 indicated that the two schools were committed to ensuring equal delivery of education to all their learners. These schools have set up various policies and infrastructures that enable them to provide this fairness. The paraprofessionals also work closely with the instructors to assist the special needs learners.
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Field Work 7 References Appendix A. Interview Questions . Austin, K. (2014). “Ten things every paraprofessional wishes you knew!”. Innovations and Perspectives . Retrieved from http://www.ttacnews.vcu.edu/2014/02/ten-things-every- paraprofessional-wishes-you-knew/ on July 23, 2017. Follari, L. (2015). Foundations and best practices in early childhood education: History, theories, and approaches to learning . Pearson Higher Education AU. Fryer, R. G. (2013). Teacher Incentives and Student Achievement: Evidence from New York City Public Schools. Journal of Labor Economics , 31 (2), 373-407. Retrieved from http://faculty.smu.edu/millimet/classes/eco7321/papers/fryer%202013.pdf on July 23, 2017.
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Field Work 8 Appendix A Interview questions for Ms. Quanisha 1. What practices in the school ensure it lives up to its mission statement? 2. In what ways does the school’s practices comply with the policies of the New York City Board of Education? 3. Do you think there can be any improvements done in classroom in terms of helping the special needs learners? Interview questions for Ms. Karenlin 1. What practices in the school ensure it lives up to its mission statement? 2. In what ways does the school’s practices comply with the policies of the New York City Board of Education? 3. Do you think there can be any improvements done in classroom in terms of helping the special needs learners? 4. How do you carry out your lessons and your learners are yet to speak?
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