Hi. This is my first time here on this forum. I am so glad I found it. I am starting a new teaching job in the fall. I have taught 4th and 1st but will now be teaching an itinerant position that I was told would be a "pull-out" program for at-risk students who need help passing the TAKS test ...I am in Texas. However, I am only finding information about Itinerant teachers who work with kids who are blind or deaf. Does anyone have an Itinerant teacher in their school? What do they do exactly? I know I will stay at one school...there will be no traveling. The campus I will be at is a "Mega-Campus" which basically goes pre-k through 5th grade. It is where they have combined an intermediate school and elementary school whose campuses when apart, were connected by a sharing cafeteria. I don't know if any other school districts in Texas have these. Thanks for any help or words of wisdom you can give!