I'm hoping this makes sense, haha. Although I love my school, already the thought of another 8-10 month winter from hell is KILLING me. We got a little snow already today, and it won't let up until May at the absolute earliest. What good is snow without snow days? I don't think I can stay here past this year for my sanity, haha. The problem is, I feel that my type of job is pretty rare in special ed these days. I do an entirely resource/pull-out program for mild/mod. needs, so I'm always teaching my own lessons in my own classroom rather than having to follow the the kids to the gen ed room in a full inclusion program. Inclusion or push-in teaching is just not for me- I've done it a lot in the past through my college programs and always hated it. So what I'm wondering is, do any of you live in specific regions or states where they actually have full resource/pull out models? The reason I ask is that everywhere I looked in my home state, they were all full inclusion or very heavily push-in/inclusion. However, everywhere out here takes the opposite approach and believes that pull-out is more effective, so in that way it seems to me it somewhat based on region, if that makes sense? I'm looking to apply early for licenses in other states (knowing how long it took to get this state's license) so I can end up with both a job and a region I'm happy with. So right now, I'm sort of deciding which states I want to go for- and it would help to know which ones might have more jobs of the type I'd be interested in.