Originally home to Dwight D. Eisenhower and Amelia Earhart, Kansas has a unique historical past. Dodge City and the end of the Chisholm Trail, are significant to the past of the American West. As a special education teacher in Kansas, you’ll find every type of prairie habitat and beautiful hills and forests to the east. Typically, the climate is varied; semi-arid steppe, humid subtropical, and humid continental. Residents enjoy activities like the Renaissance Festival and the Walnut Valley Festival.

Visit the Dalton Gang Hideout and the Gunfighters Wax Museum, or the Orpheum Theater to enjoying dance, music, films, and concerts. When you accept a position as a special education teacher in Kansas, you can visit Kansas City for world-famous barbeque or view over 17,000 works of art at the Spencer Museum of Art. Kansas has 24 state parks that welcome visitors who enjoy the scenic beauty of nature, or outdoor activities from Spring until late Fall. Search our most recent special education teacher openings below.


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