Nicknamed the Bluegrass State and home of the Kentucky Derby, this state has something for everyone. Kentucky offers a culture unlike any other. Visit Mammoth Cave, the world's longest cave system or beautiful Cumberland Falls, the Niagara Falls of the southern states. As a special education teacher in Kentucky, you'll enjoy Bluegrass festivals and the International Bar-B-Q Fest. Residents of Kentucky experience four very distinct seasons, with summer temperatures averaging in the mid-eighties, and winter temperatures averaging in the low-twenties.
When you accept a position as a special education teacher in Kentucky, you'll find spectacular world-class cuisine to down home cooking; swank nightclubs and friendly local pubs. Kentucky also has a rich historical history and many important sites, such as the Cumberland Gap. You'll discover that Kentucky has unique wildlife, including the largest elk herd to the east of the Mississippi. Browse our current special ed jobs from school districts nationwide.