Sunday, January 11, 2009

Florida schools need more special-educators

Despite the sagging economy, the need for Florida special-education teachers is still growing about 3.6% annually, according to the state's Agency for Workforce Innovation. "Special education is a really interesting career because you are not tied in like an elementary-school teacher, where you have a third-grade class for the day," said Denise Rusnak, director of Broward County's Exceptional Student Education. The Miami Herald

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