Accept a position as a special education teacher in Michigan, the home of the Great Lakes, and enjoy all that the Wolverine State has to offer. The climate of Michigan is much colder, with larger amounts of snowfall to the north, of up to 160 inches per year. Lower Michigan also has cold winters, but also enjoys hot summers. Michigan is home to many historic sites, museums, and interesting sites like Robinette’s Apple Haus and Winery. Michigan’s Adventure Amusement Park features over 50 rides for tourists and residents.

Visit the Olde World Canterbury Village which spans 21 acres and offers family fun year round. As a special education teacher in Michigan, you’ll find that the state has a wide array of outdoor activities and state parks, complete with hiking trails and campsites. Boating, kayaking, and canoeing are popular pastimes in Michigan, as well as snowmobiling. Michigan is home to over 40 ski resorts if you enjoy hitting the slopes. Search our most recent special education teacher openings below.

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