Often referred to as “The Switzerland of the U.S.” West Virginia is home to 37 state parks and nine state forests, attracting enough visitors annually to make tourism its number one industry. As a special education teacher you will enjoy a humid continental climate across most of the state with moderate summers and winters ranging from 20’s to 80’s. With the nearly three-fourths of West Virginia being covered in forest, fall is a truly colorful spectacle.
As a special education teacher in West Virginia, enjoy a weekend at North Bend State Park, featuring the 72 mile North Bend Trail, which offers exceptional hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Organ Cave in the Greenbrier Valley is both a natural National landmark as well as a National historic landmark, and part of the Civil War Trail as well. Spend the weekend in Charleston and experience world-class cuisine, creative and performing arts, and don't forget a carriage ride to top off the evening. Search our listings below to find your next special education teacher job in West Virginia