The education field is always evolving and so is your career. Our resources will help you keep up-do-date on all things related to the education field. Whether you are a speech language pathologist, a special education teacher or any other education position, we have career tips and industry trends for you.
How To Become a School Psychologist
What many people don't realize when they are thinking about earning a degree as a school psychologist is that they will be called upon to work not only with children, but they also work with teachers, parents, and even with the school administrators.
School-Based Physical Therapy Role FAQs
Physical therapists often start their career working in a hospital or nursing home. Another career option is working as a school-based Physical therapist with children.
School-Based Pediatric Physical Therapy Interview Questions
You want to work as a school-based physical therapist and work with students? Working with children as a school physical therapist has many rewards. You'll have the chance to help children overcome their challenges and reach their potential.
School Psychologist vs. School Counselor: What's the Difference?
Today's children are more frequently diagnosed with anxiety than in the past, and are more likely to experience bullying in school. Problems like these can have negative effects on children's mental health as well as their academic performance—and as a result, school support personnel such as school psychologists and school counselors are increasingly important for school-aged children, as well as parents, teachers and others who work with kids.