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1 answers - Asked By: Smile ON - 6/2/2006
After months of researching graduate programs, I have finally settled on special education. However, some close friends are trying to talk me out of it. They say it's demanding, stressful, and just a ...
13 answers - Asked By: countrygirl0805 - 1/30/2007
3 answers - Asked By: gordon g - 9/18/2006
1 answers - Asked By: Hope - 12/10/2011
I already have my Bachelor's degree in paralegal studies. I have always wanted to be a special education teacher, but i chose to be a paralegal instead. Now, after working as a paralegal, i know i m...
4 answers - Asked By: hope - 6/2/2008
I was looking up careers and I was thinking about going into Special Education. What's it like to be a special education teacher? What do you need to exactly do? Is it a bad thing that I was in Specia...
6 answers - Asked By: SweetCocoaAngel - 11/14/2009
4 answers - Asked By: AmericanMade - 9/12/2012
I am a teacher in NYC. I have a special education certification. I will be moving to Plano, Texas this summer. Is there any way to waive the $ 177 application fee? Will I struggle to find a pub...
1 answers - Asked By: TRAVEL Frog - 3/21/2011
I will be in college this coming fall of 2007. i am thinking of special education but i can"t find a site that explains the pros, cons, and responsibilities of the job. do you know any sites? thank yo...
9 answers - Asked By: uluvme8807 - 11/9/2006
Both elementary and secondary/middle school.
3 answers - Asked By: flying traveler - 6/12/2013
I would love to work with children
4 answers - Asked By: poppyseed - 2/8/2007
The military is offering me the opportunity to go to school and I am thinking about teaching with a degree in special education. Are there any jobs in this world for this career? Would I teach full ...
1 answers - Asked By: ? - 7/20/2013
So I want to work with special ed kids. Im thinking about majoring in special education. What do type of "special ed" are the kids I would be able to work with in early education. Is it like down synd...
4 answers - Asked By: Jordan R - 8/2/2010
1 answers - Asked By: Rocco Raccoon - 9/15/2011
Im already in college as an art major, its the second week. But I just now decided I want to teach in special education. How can I incorporate art(digital arts) with special ed. What qualifications wo...
1 answers - Asked By: Rocco Raccoon - 9/13/2011
5 answers - Asked By: honey - 1/3/2007
I'm interested in becoming a Special Ed teacher, but first I'd like to know what its really all about. There is a need for such teachers in my community and I've heard several different things about ...
3 answers - Asked By: Ms. C - 10/14/2009
Any Special Education Teachers? I would like to become a special education teacher mainly for elementary but i am doing this project about careers. One question is about Growth Potential. The example...
3 answers - Asked By: Maddie - 10/16/2009
1 answers - Asked By: Anonymous - 8/3/2013
I am wondering the fallowing ( preferably someone currently in college for this or at this job) -how hard is college for a degree in special education? - how hard is it to find a job after colle...
2 answers - Asked By: Jen - 3/5/2013
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