Former Special Education Inclusion Assistant at Benjamin Franklin Charter School
almost 2 years ago
As a Special Education Inclusion Assistant, most of your work happens during the school day. You will be able to build a prep period into your schedule, so this should give you time to get any work done that you need to for your students. You will be expected to participate in most professional development days. There may be some times when you need to talk to a classroom teacher about work for a student and that may have to happen before or after school depending on what works with both of your schedules.