Special education teachers provide the most specialized diagnostic and prescriptive teaching available for children aged three through twenty-one. Because of the intensive nature of their training, these very exceptional persons have been in continual demand in schools even in times of decreasing school enrollments. In the coming decade of increasing school-age population, the demand for special education teachers promises to be even greater. Not only can prospective teachers of exceptional individuals expect a wide choice of positions and feel justifiable pride in being on the cutting edge of the teaching profession, but they can also experience the satisfaction of demonstrably aiding children whom others cannot help.



Angel Turoski