Hi, I'm a high school junior and I want to become a teacher. I'm debating between special ed and math, and ideally, I would probably like to become a special ed math teacher. But, I know this would require majoring in math, and I have heard that that is really hard. My math grades have not been stellar. I took honors math in 8th grade, and barely passed with a C-. Then, I took accelerated(not honors, but not CP) geo in 9th grade and got a B. I took Alg II last year and had major issues, which was mainly because I didn't try AT ALL I got a 27% on a test. So I passed that with a B-. This year, I'm taking accelerated trig, and I'm doing much better. I probably have a B plus/A minus, and the material has gotten harder. Also, accelerated classes at my school are harder/just has hard as honors classes at other schools- I attend one of the best schools at the country. My SAT math score was a 660, and my ACT math score was a 32. I suck at probability too. So yeah, do I have a chance to do well as a math major despite my struggles, or should i just give it up? thanks!