If you're someone who enjoys teaching and has considered working in special education, or if you already have a special ed teaching background, Glassdoor may have the right job waiting for you. Use Glassdoor to find entry-level special education teacher positions, remote special education teacher jobs, and more.
If you're beginning your career as a special education teacher, search for similar positions on Glassdoor where you can gain experience to work your way up in a special education classroom or setting. Or, if you already have experience working as a special education teacher, use Glassdoor to check for lead roles. Need a flexible schedule? Try filtering for part-time vacancies. You might also want to consider administrative work in the field of special education such as becoming a special ed curriculum coordinator.
Attend your job interview prepared using Glassdoor's top special education teacher interview questions and how to answer them authentically and in a way that will increase your chances of success.
Regardless of where you are in the special education teacher job search process, you'll need to know as much as you can about salaries in order to best advocate for yourself. Here is how you can earn a fair-paying special education teacher job:
Always remember that a job offer package includes perks and benefits in most cases. Special education teachers can expect some of the following in their job offers: