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How do I become an early childhood teacher?
Study a postgraduate degree in early childhood education to change careers or progress your career further. Register as an early childhood teacher with the Department of Education in your state or territory.
What is a certified early childhood special education teacher?
Certified Early Childhood Special Education teachers are uniquely qualified to provide learning experiences to help children with a host of special needs鈥攃erebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism and others鈥攄evelop emotionally, cognitively, and socially.
How much does an early childhood special education teacher make?
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the median income for an early childhood special education teacher at the preschool level is $55,840. The lowest 10% earn less than $34,300 and the highest 10% earn more than $100,160.
Where do early childhood special education teachers work?
Early childhood special education teachers may work in a preschool, clinical institute, day care setting, or kindergarten classroom. They may work either in a regular classroom-like setting or a specially designed classroom, depending on the severity of students鈥?special needs.