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IEPcontent In The Classroom, Raising Awareness 0

A teacher by definition, is a person or thing that teaches something. Once kids enter school age, they will have multiple interactions with teachers of all sorts (grade teachers, peers, life). There is a specific group of teachers that are said to teach exceptional kids. These are special education teachers. They are responsible for teaching children with a variety of mental, emotional, physical, and learning disabilities. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job prospects for special education teachers are expected to grow 6% from 2014-2024.

The National Association of Special Education Teachers is a national organization dedicated to rendering all possible support and assistance to those preparing for or teaching in the special education field. NASET was created to be a professional organization that provides former, current, and future special education teachers an opportunity to call a space their own. One of the goals of NASET is to keep special education teachers abreast of the issues that are shaping the field, impacting services for children with special needs, and influencing professional careers.

These teachers are the ones who are impacting children with special needs. They are responsible for teaching them, and it takes a certain level of patience and temperament to administer the care these students need. The teachers are the ones in the classroom with the kids everyday, and it is important that they are qualified to deal with the spectrum of behaviors and learning capabilities that come with children with special needs. To learn more about special education teachers and what resources they have, visit:

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