Special Needs Teachers Email
|127,633||Total Universe / Universe Rate||$275.00/M|
Special Needs Teachers From Education Solutions enables you to reach professionals in the education field who specialize in dealing with children who have special needs including autism specialists, hearing specialists, occupational therapists (OT), physical therapists (PT), and speech/language pathologists. They educate students who are emotionally, learning, mentally, physically, severely, and visually challenged, as well as those who are gifted and talented. These teachers have the purchasing authority for products and services necessary to aid in their teaching. Many work in inclusive and co-teaching classrooms.
These educators have been trained to deal with exceptional children with disabilities including autism, emotional disturbance, mental retardation, orthopedic impairment, specific learning disabilities, speech or language impairment, traumatic brain injury (TBI), hearing impairment (including deafness), and visual impairment (including blindness). They understand the rules and regulations relating to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Considered good credit risks, these well- educated professionals are stably employed with great benefits and are often from a two- income household. Eager to improve their skills and further their education, they frequently enroll in career advancement seminars, graduate education courses, and professional development workshops and seminars. To stay current in their field, they purchase business publications and subscriptions, as well as other products and services related to education and child development.
As educators, these professionals are always looking for ways to improve the quality of the education system and their own classroom environment. These teachers are frequent consumers of instructional materials, including textbooks, software, teaching products and classroom supplies. They are regular Internet users and utilize the web for lesson plans and teaching aids, as well as to
research and purchase educational tools.
Professionals in the education field tend to have longer vacation periods, enabling them to take vacations, travel and spend quality time with their families. They also have time for leisure activities and look to purchase books, magazines, movies and music. Summer vacations allow them the opportunity to garden and enjoy other home improvement and outdoor activities. Many are donors to children's causes and have home offices.
Target these educators either at school or home address.
Average age 45
Highest Degree Earned-
Each record is telephone verified annually.
Ethnic/Ethnicity ($20.00/M) Student Add'l Selects Number of Classrooms Number of Students Number of Schools Number of Teachers District Type Grade Level Lowest Level Taught Highest Level Taught Highest Degree Earned 21st Century School Adult Ed Before/After School Programs Blue Ribbon School Charter School Ed Tech English as Second Language Gifted & Talented Magnet School Special Education Year-Round Classes School Type Title 1 Percent Title 1 School Wide Selects Number of Computers Student/Comp Ratio Student/Teacher Ratio Institution Type School Start Date School End Date New Teacher to Institution New Teacher to Profession Teacher Category Autistic Specialty 662 ECE Special Needs 375 Emotionally Challenged 2,707 Gifted and Talented 7,085 Hearing Specialist 1,106 Learning Challenged 7,295 Mentally Challenged 2,382 Occupational Specialist 2,059 Physical Therapist 1,010 Physically Challenged 449 Severely Challenged 889 Special Needs- Department Chairperson 2,870 Resource 19,945 Teacher 77,464 Speech/Language Pathologist 14,642 Visually Challenged 404
|Length of Residence||$10.00/M|
|Number of Children||$10.00/M|
|Email Name/Address (only)|
|Suppression (flat fee)||$150.00|