Education support professionasl (ESPs) keep school buildings and equipment functioning and students safe and healthy. As committed andcaring members of a school community, they impact the lives of students every day.

Yet support professionals are woefully underpaid, often barely able to afford to live in the communities they serve. In many parts of the country, school support professionals work two or even three jobs to feed and shelter their families, or earn so little that they qualify for government assistance.

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