Educational Professionals Blog

Latest stories, information, articles, research, career and employment tips for teachers and educational professionals on the go.

Employee Spotlight – Justin J., Substitute Teacher

Justin J Substitute Teacher

Justin J. loves being a substitute teacher with CCE because it has given him classroom experience, the freedom to work where and when he wants, and the support of a team who always has his back.

Social and Racial Injustices: Podcasts to Keep You Informed


These podcasts about diversity, identity, and race can help us learn about institutionalized racism and how it affects the lives of others, especially the students we serve.

Cross Country Education Wins 2021 Best of Staffing – Talent Award

Best of Staffing Award

This annual award program provides prospective clients job seekers with an added layer of assurance as they vet staffing and recruiting agencies.

Occupational Therapy is Fun!


Find out what makes school-based occupational therapy fun—for OTs and for students!

Employee Spotlight – Sarah B., Sign Language Interpreter

Sarah and her dog

We’re celebrating sign language interpreter, Sarah B., who loves seeing the country, meeting new people, working with her recruiter, and helping students in the Deaf community.

Sensory Processing Disorder and the Speech Language Pathologist

child with hands on ears

Speech language pathologists can partner with occupational therapists to create calm, regulated, and productive therapy sessions for students with sensory processing disorders. Here’s how.

Employee Spotlight – Vanessa M., Speech Language Pathology Assistant

Vanessa, SLPA

We’re celebrating Vanessa, who loves helping students find their voice and express themselves.

Working with Students who Produce Echolalia


Therapists can help students who practice echolalia by offering visual choices, narrating the child’s play, teaching a variety of expressions, and more.

8 Tips for Supporting ELL Students

Spanish student at school

You can help English language learners thrive by building a safe, patient, supportive, and culturally responsive classroom. Here’s how to maximize learning for your ELL students!

Employee Spotlight – Kelly H., Speech Language Pathologist

Kelly H., Speech Language Pathology Assistant

See what motivated Kelly H. to become a speech language pathologist, what advice she has for new SLPs, and why she loves being part of our CCE family as a school SLP.

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