Average Special Education Teacher Yearly Salary in California.
Special Education Teachers earn an average yearly salary of $50,827.
Salaries typically start from $24,176 and go up to $79,400.
How do I get a special education credential in California?
The following requirements must be met to obtain the preliminary credential:
- Obtain a baccalaureate degree.
- Satisfy the basic skills requirement.
- Satisfy the subject-matter competence requirement *
- Pass the Reading Instruction Competence Assessment (RICA)
- Complete a course or pass an examination on the U.S. Constitution.
What degree do you need to teach special education?
All special education teachers must earn their bachelor’s degree before teaching special education, but some states require an additional master’s degree and/or certification in special education. Some states may require a license to teach in a public school setting.
How long does it take to become a special needs teacher?
A bachelor’s degree in special education consists of about 120 credits, which includes a combination of core education theory and pedagogy courses and courses with a concentration in special education. Most programs take at least four years of full-time study to complete.
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