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Word Processing Secretary (Former Employee), Princeton, NJJuly 21, 2014
Pros: meeting a lot of different people
Cons: i had to relocate
• Maintaining attendance records for all High School enrollees.
• Monitoring and tracking of all special education students throughout the school day to ensure compliance with state reporting requirements.
• Verifying and approving all student working papers for all Mercer County residents.
• Answering telephones and routing to the proper personnel – more... as well as handling parental issues.
• Managing confidential student documentation including photo release forms.
• Preparing and administering of expulsion letters to all applicable students.
• Overseeing the main office and its overall operations in the absence of the Head Secretary.
• Developing basic schedules for students. – less
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Poor Special Education class assimilation
Special Educator (Former Employee), Princeton, NJApril 16, 2013
Pros: parents
Cons: special education classroom within an elementary school setting
I was hired to teach a Communication Handicapped class of students within a regular elementary school. Since Princeton was a major hub of specialized schools for Autistic students, the children who were not accepted in those schools overflowed into Princeton Regional School District. The elementary school continued to operate under regular conditions – more... which were not conducive to Autistic children, such as bells ringing for the change of every class period. Trying to assimilate the students into this structure ws the most difficult part of my job. The best part of the job is that the parents were very much engaged in their child's learning. – less