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ERIC Number: ED052648
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Mar-7
Pages: 16
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Auxiliary Personnel in Bilingual Education.
Perez, Carlos V.
This presentation assists educators, parents, and community leaders in determining how auxiliary personnel may best be utilized in public schools. It is suggested that the introduction of auxiliary personnel into a school system may provide more individualized education for children and youth, make possible a more flexible structure in the classroom, make the job of teachers more manageable and productive, serve to link school and community more closely, and induce a reassessment of all educational roles. The article explores what is needed to realize this potential to the fullest, giving particular consideration to planning, selection criteria, possible functions of auxiliaries, training for the auxiliaries and teachers with whom they work, career ladders, and certification. Historical background information was prepared from "Guidelines for Career Development of Auxiliary Personnel" provided by the Division of Teacher Education and Certification of the New York State Education Department. Information relative to the bilingual teacher in school and community relations was prepared with substantial contributions from the Office of Bilingual and School Community Relations of the New York City Board of Education. (RL)
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Note: Paper presented at the Fifth Annual TESOL Convention, New Orleans, La., March 7, 1971