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Hello - I am really interested in getting my masters in early childhood special education. I was wondering if any knew that if I cannot get a job teaching special education could I teach in a non-special education classroom with this degree? Thanks
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  • ? Not to sound cynical, but good luck with that. Special ed teachers are high in demand, and once you have the degree the likeliness of you teaching regular ed is slim to none. I know several teachers that are special ed, but have applied for regular e...See More
    Jan 27, 2009
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  • Tracy On 1/27/09, ? wrote: > Not to sound cynical, but good luck with that. Special ed > teachers are high in demand, and once you have the degree the > likeliness of you teaching regular ed is slim to none. I know > several teachers that are ...See More
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  • suzy I do not know any special education teachers who have been considered over qualified. The special education teachers are not prepared to teach reading (unless there are new required classes very recently). We have two teachers who have both mast...See More
    Jan 27, 2009
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  • Tracy Why are you limiting yourself to early childhood? I am just very fascinated with this age group. On 1/27/09, suzy wrote: > I do not know any special education teachers who have been > considered over qualified. The special education tea...See More
    Jan 28, 2009
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  • Special Ed All kids need education and if you are dividing them into special education and general education you are missing the whole point of educating children, you need to understand the federal laws and you need to understand learning and teaching stan...See More
    Jan 29, 2009
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