Based on 260 responses, the job of Special Education Teacher, Secondary School has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.96 out of 5. On average, Special Education Teacher, Secondary Schools are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Special Education Teacher, Secondary School?
Itruly enjoy what I am doing.
Special Education Teacher, Secondary School in Dubai:
Pros: The fact that I am able to educate children
Cons: The paper trails and unnecessary admin work
Great work for under-served students.
Special Education Teacher, Secondary School in Victorville:
Pros: I like the interactions I have with my students and being a positive influence on their lives. Each center is different but the teachers at my location have been great and very collaborative, working hard for each student. School does a lot to make teachers feel valued.
Cons: Parents lack involvement, student attendance suffers
Special Education Teacher, Secondary School in Rutland:
Pros: Small enough to know many coordinating business people.
Flexible and joyous.
Special Education Teacher, Secondary School in Chicopee:
Pros: Flexibility, a hopeful future, wonderful students
Cons: lack of communication/transparency, lower than average pay (likely due to non-profit status, but I have reason to believe I make less than my male coworkers)
It inspires a versatile teaching technique.
Special Education Teacher, Secondary School in USA:
Cons: The overcrowded classrooms, lack of teaching resources, lack of management skills, lack of funds, lack of government over site, abusive and disruptive students.
Stressful but rewarding.
Special Education Teacher, Secondary School in Everson:
Pros: The ability to create my own field trips, spontaneously.
Cons: lack of continued education opportunities
Enjoyable and worth it.
Special Education Teacher, Secondary School in Indianapolis:
Pros: The people I work with - both co teachers and my students.
Cons: Support is not given at a higher supervisory level - the CEO.