One of the largest growing cities of the south has multiple job opportunities for deaf & hard of hearing instructors! If you’re not familiar with all Atlanta has to offer, it might even be more than you initially imagine!
From offering all types of cuisines to high-end shopping, Atlanta is one busy and ever-evolving city. You’ll have plenty of restaurant options to choose from, and could spot a celebrity in one of the famous Buckhead shopping centers in the city. There’s a reason why more TV shows and movies are filmed here – not only are there beautiful parks and gardens around town, but the weather is typically mild enough to feel comfortable all year round! After you’ve tried the food and shopped till you drop, take a rest and hop on the SkyView Ferris Wheel to see the city from new heights. There’s always something to explore in Atlanta, which will give you plenty of inspiration to bring to the classroom!
Best Cities for Teachers of Deaf and Hard of Hearing
This beautiful city on the east coast is a great area to live and work as a Deaf & Hard of Hearing Teacher!
Texas is a perfect state to create lessons and activities for students, especially in Houston!
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- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- Washington, D.C.
- West Virginia
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