Blog: Special educators are "real" teachers, too

12/5/2011 | CEC's Reality 101 blog

The writer of this blog post, a special-education teacher, argues that certain aspects of her job, such as not having a homeroom and working with fewer students, keep her from being perceived among colleagues as "a real teacher." Although her role may be different than that of her colleagues, she shares many of the same duties, along with many more they may not realize, she writes.

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