Kentucky Paraeducator Certification
The Kentucky Paraeducator Assessment (KPA) is a rigorous standard assessment that allows the applicant to demonstrate their knowledge and ability to assist in instructing reading, writing and mathematics. There are several school districts who are requiring for the applicant to have the KPA in hand upon applying for teaching assistant and/or paraeducator positions.
The KPA class and exam is offered through the EKU Adult Education Program. The KPA class and exam are provided to all adults who live in or work in Madison County at no cost -- so if you are interested in applying for a paraeducator position, contrac the EKU Adult Education program to reserve your position in the short, 6-week class today!
For information regarding times and testing locations, call 622-8065.
Access the KPA Study Guide
The Kentucky Paraeducator Assessment study guide is available for download (click on the active link to access the PDF file). This booklet will provide the applicant with information on the role of the paraeducator and the strategies for assisting with student instruction. Review of this guide will help prepare test takers for the KPA.