Conference Schedule Announced!

The schedule for the upcoming conference has been released with 68 sessions covering a wide range of topics, including: Understanding Your Student With Autism Spectrum Disorders from Cindy Myers Establishing Policies and Creating Systems That Strengthen Teacher and Paraeducator Teams from Anna Lou Pickett Living Wage: You’re Worth It! from Debbie Minnick Degree of Work … Read more Conference Schedule Announced!

Conference Keynote Speakers and Presenters

If you are still deciding whether or not to attend the National Resource Center for Paraprofessionals Conference in Hartford, CT next year, take a moment to look at the Keynote Speakers who will be at next year’s conference. In addition, you can download a partial list of conference presenters. Stay tuned for the full conference … Read more Conference Keynote Speakers and Presenters

Call for Papers and Conference Registration Now Available

The Call for Papers for the 2008 Conference is now available. The theme for this year’s conference is: United We Educate, PATHS to the Future– Paraprofessional, Administrator, Teacher, Higher Education, & Other Stakeholders Conference registration is also now available. If you are interested in presenting at this year’s conference, we look forward to receiving your … Read more Call for Papers and Conference Registration Now Available

2007 Call for Papers and Registration Available

The 2007 NRCP Conference is going to sunny Albuquerque, New Mexico with the theme of Ensuring Student Success- Teams that Work. Plan now to attend the conference from May 3rd- May 5th, 2007. You can now find information on the Call for Papers as well as Registration Information. Look for more information in the coming … Read more 2007 Call for Papers and Registration Available

Places to go and Things to do at the Upcoming Conference

The National Resource Center for Paraprofessionals is getting closer and some of you may be wondering what you are going to do in your downtime – wonder no more! Check out our list of places to go and things to do for more ideas than you could possibly fit in during your visit. The list of activities includes a visit to the Mall of America, a Minnesota Twins baseball game and a Dinner Theatre.