Over 7,000 marine species are at home in the waters of Hawaii. As a special education teacher in Hawaii, you’ll enjoy ideal temperatures that average 80 degrees in the day and 70 degrees at night. Pristine beaches coupled with lush vegetation found nowhere else on the planet, make Hawaii a true paradise. Residents enjoy warm ocean temperatures, water sports, and breathtaking scenic views. Hawaiians also have the highest life expectancy of any people in the United States.

Visit the island of Kauai and hike Mt. Waiakleale, which receives almost 400 inches of rain per year, making it the wettest area on Earth. Hawaii is also home to the highest lake in the United States and the only palace in the U.S., Iolani Palace, which is located in the bustling city of Honolulu. As a special education teacher in Hawaii, you’ll enjoy a truly unique lifestyle, and have access to some of the most beautiful National Parks in the United States. Immerse yourself in the rich history and diverse culture of the Hawaiian lifestyle. Find your ideal special education teacher job below.

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