A state unlike any other, Mississippi is an outdoor playground in the lowlands of the Cumberland Mountains, and known as the Magnolia State. Residents of Mississippi enjoy hot summers in the humid subtropical climate and short mild winters. As a special education teacher in Mississippi, you’ll enjoy activities such as Gulf Islands Waterpark, the Hattiesburg Zoo, and the Lauren Rogers Museum of Art. The Mississippi River is the largest river in the United States and fondly referred to as Old Man River by residents.
When you accept a special education teacher position in Mississippi, you’ll experience southern charm and hospitality at its finest. Over half of Mississippi is woodland, with over 100 different species of trees native to the state. Mississippi has a rich history and has many unique historic sites such as the Rosalie Mansion, built in 1820 or the Rosswood Plantation which features documents from the 1800’s. In Flora, Mississippi, you’ll find the Mississippi Petrified Forest and earth science museum. Find your ideal special education teacher job below.