Hi everyone, My bad luck continues. I have worked for the same chemistry teacher for three years as a para. I have been the only para assigned to her because I know chemistry. for the first two years, she had discipline problems in her classroom, and often required me to solve them which I did. Last semester and beginning this semester, she had me log in her students' classwork, correct her tests, and file the students classwork and homework. I also Xeroxed materials about three times a week for her and ran errands for her as well. A few times she yelled at me in front of the students if she did not get the results she wanted from the errands she sent me on. I told my administrators about this last year and they told me to do the work, because there were only two special education students in this general education classroom. This school year there were five special education students assigned to her class and I told this teacher that I should be helping them instead of doing her paperwork. She proceeded to tell me that she needed to have the paperwork done while she was lecturing, and that I should not be doing nothing in her classroom. I went to my administrators again and told them about this. They said they would look into it. Today, I was switched to another class and I no longer have to work for her anymore. The problem is she told one of the administrators that both her and I work with, that she put me to work doing the filing and correcting of the students' papers , because she thinks I am a disruptive influence in her classroom. She never told me I was disruptive and often depended on me to discipline her students. I feel bad about this, because the same administrator she told this to, was going to give me a recommendation letter for a teaching position. How can I salvage my reputation? I believe she is lying about me to cover for herself. Do I see my administrators and discuss this or put something in writing? Should I just forget about it? Am I making a big deal about nothing? The new teacher I was transferred to is great and I like my new assignment, but I am concerned this will go on my record. Special education paras are primarily there to tutor and assist students, not do extra work for the teachers.