Resources for Special Education

This section is designed to be a hub that provides helpful resources for special education teachers and professionals alike. Here you will find informative and relevant articles, stories from special education teachers and students about why they decided to go into the field, and even an entire section dedicated to American Sign Language.

In our efforts to educate and keep our audience up to date with all things special education, we’ve grouped our resource pages into the following tabs below:

Industry News

Explore to read articles detailing news in the field of special education.

Special education teacher helping a student with a disability with writing.

Testimonials

Explore to read testimonials from current and aspiring special education teachers.

Children with special needs working on motor skills with shape tiles.

Sign Language

Explore to learn more about ASL and signs for everyday use.

Child Using Sign Language

Parent Support

Explore to learn parenting tips about navigating the field of special education!

teacher works with preschooler sitting on mother's lap

State by State Outlook for Teaching Special Education

Map of the United States detailing the number of students with special needs by state.

Which states have the highest population of students receiving special education? The darker the state color, the more students with special needs. Explore this map in more detail!

Want to learn more about the careers these professionals mentioned? Head to the Careers page!

Setting Goals in the Classroom: The Importance of Classroom Management

Setting Goals in the Classroom: The Importance of Classroom Management

Click here to learn how setting goals in the classroom can lead to success. See why classroom management is so important.

Meet a Teacher: Insights From a Pre-K Special Education Teacher

Meet a Teacher: Insights From a Pre-K Special Education Teacher

Are you passionate about a career working with exceptional children? Educational requirements for special education jobs typically include a bachelor’s degree and a state-issued certification or master’s in special education. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median salary of a special education teacher in 2016 was $57,910. Academic and monetary aspects aside, how do you know if you’re […]

<strong>PBL: Making it Work For All Kids</strong>

PBL: Making it Work For All Kids

Project-based learning (PBL) is anything but your standard way of instructing students. See why here!