Oklahoma literally means red people in Choctaw. Home to the Cherokee, Pawnee, and Cayuga, Oklahoma has a rich cultural past. As a special education teacher, you’ll find the mesas and prairies of the state charming. The climate is a temperate region and can range from winter snows to hot summers. You’ll find unique attractions in Oklahoma, such as the Will Rogers Memorial and the Tulsa Air and Space Museum and Planetarium.
Oklahoma offers casinos, nightlife, family friendly activities, and hosts rodeos every year. Don’t forget to see the Festival of Light, which features the tallest Christmas tree in America. When you work as a special education teacher in Oklahoma, you’ll have access to 51 state parks and historic landmarks such as the Trail of Tears. You’ll also enjoy the Cowboy Hall of Fame, and Oklahoma’s many museums, performing arts theaters, concert venues, and outdoor arenas. Search our special education opportunities in Oklahoma now.