Home of the Green Bay Packers, Wisconsin is a unique state with a diverse climate. The south portion of the state has a humid continental climate, while the northern region receives an average of 160 inches of snowfall each year. As a special education teacher in Wisconsin, you’ll enjoy the Milwaukee Music Festival each year, and sports like snowmobiling and skiing. In the south of the state, visit the Overture Center for the Arts, or the Kalahari Waterpark Resort. In the northern region of the state, you’ll find the Cana Island Lighthouse and American Folklore Theater.

With over 46 state parks for hiking, camping, and picnicking, Wisconsin has something for everyone, including 14,000 lakes for water sports and summer fun. As a special education teacher in this beautiful state, don’t miss out on Summerfest, the largest music festival in the United States. Wisconsin is also a dairy lovers paradise, home of the ice cream sundae (reportedly) and the Swiss cheese capitol of the world. Browse our current special education jobs from school districts throughout Wisconsin.


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