Sorry in advance for the length! I am a first year special education teacher. I absolutely LOVE my job except for one thing-another teacher is bullying me and making my life miserable (we're both SPED teachers). It may be a personality clash, but it's getting worse and worse with every week (or day!) She's a second year and she is REALLY good at what she does. I'm a first year, so I make mistakes and have a lot to learn. But, she makes it a point to criticize every little thing I do wrong! She's also said things in front of me that are really inappropriate. For example; -I was working with one of my student who was scripting "I want Ms. X!" because I removed a token from their visual schedule. She looked over and said "Sorry, you have to work with her for the next hour!" (she said it in a pretty negative way) -I've overheard her making snide remarks about my ability to another teacher -Constantly criticizes me when I forget something minor or tells me to do something differently in a nasty way -Snaps at me when I can't find something and says "Maybe you should actually look!!" -She criticizes me at LEAST 3X a day It goes without saying, SHE makes plenty of errors too and when I asked her about a worksheet folder she forgot or other materials, she snaps at me and tells me to get over it. Or she laughs and acts like its no big deal. She is very catty and immature and constantly gossips. It's gotten to the point where I feel uncomfortable asking her anything because she snaps at me. I asked her today for a folder with IEP sheets and she told me to go find it myself (she had just had it and I didn't see she had laid it on a counter out of eyesight). I've been getting shaky around her and I start making a ton of silly errors because I'm so nervous. When she's not around I do an amazing job. My principal gave me a 95% performance review last quarter... I'm afraid of approaching someone because she might get worse and I'm terrified of getting laid off because she's so well liked. No idea what to do..I really really love my job.