One of the original thirteen colonies and often referred to as the “Mother of President’s”, as it is home to eight U.S. presidents, Virginia is steeped in history. As a special education teacher in Virginia you’ll enjoy many historic sites such as Mount Vernon, home to George Washington and the Gunston Hall Plantation, a tribute to the influential George Mason. You'll love the mild climate with winter lows in the upper 20’s and summer highs in the mid 80’s.
As a special education teacher in Virginia, take time to appreciate the natural beauty of the Blue Ridge Highlands or the Shenandoah Valley. Soak up the history of this truly influential state with a trip to Chesapeake Bay, or view one of the homes built by the world renowned architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. Visit Arlington National Cemetery and see the tomb of the unknown soldier. Home of Jamestown, the first of the thirteen colonies, Vermont is rich in history and beauty. Search our available jobs in Virginia for special education teachers.