Resources - Helpful links


Below is a list of websites you may find interesting and/or helpful.



MN State Government Agencies and Pertinent Statutes

Bureau of Mediation Serves (BMS)

Minnesota Department of Education

Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry

Minnesota Department of Human Rights

Minnesota Legislative Auditor - view the recent No Child Left Behind audit and recommendations.

Minnesota WorkForce Center - Unemployment and other information.


Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA)



US Government Agencies


U.S. Dept. of Education

U.S. Dept. of Education - No Child Left Behind Act

Workers' Compensation (MN Dept of Labor and Industry)

Dept. of Labor

Dept. of Labor - Veterans' Issues



MSEA Unit Websites

Rochester Paraprofessionals



Job Classification Organizations & Resources

Minnesota School Nutrition Association (formerly American School Food Service Association)

eFolio Minnesota

ETS ParaPro website and sample test

Minnesota Assn of Education Office Professionals (MN resource for office and clerical employees)

National Assn of Education Office Professionals (Nat'l resource for office and clerical employees)

National Clearinghouse for Paraeducator Resources

No Child Left Behind - U.S. Dept of Ed

Paraeducators Supporting Students with Disabilities and At-Risk (Impact Feature)
         (click on Various Topics)
          Explores the growing role of paraeducators in our schols, describing some of the challenges
          of that role and offering guidance and success stories in the areas of training, teamwork,
          supervision and professional development.

ParaPro Assessment
         (Check out these websites to help you prepare for the test.)  (Practical resources for education paraprofessionals)   (Your source for free practice tests)     



Legislative Bodies

Minnesota House of Representatives

Minnesota Senate

U.S. House of Representatives

U.S. Senate

Polling Report - An independent, nonpartisan resource on trends in American public opinion.




Union Label - The Union Label and Service Trades Department, AFL-CIO, was founded in 1909 to promote the products and services produced in America by union members.

National Do Not Call List - Register your cell and home phone numbers to block telemarketers for five years.

(Or call 888.382.1222)




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