Servant leaders possess attributes, qualities, and characteristics that distinguish them from other types of leaders. What makes servant leaders unique is their unwavering focus on people’s needs. Servant leaders appear in many walks of life. Even classroom teachers who lead are sometimes referred to as servant leaders because of their focused attention to children’s needs. The purpose of this chapter is to examine the ways in which special education teachers, a subset of the teaching population, embody the qualities of servant leadership. The chapter also explores the context, roles, and responsibilities of special education teachers, as well as the forces that act upon this group of educators.