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A practical approach to special education administration, creating positive outcomes for students with different abilities, James B. Earley, Robert J. McArdle ; foreword by Gerald Mazor

Your guide to excelling in the complex role of a special education administrator The job of the administrator of special education is arguably one of the most difficult in a school district--and that complexity can be overwhelming. It requires an aspect of every administrative job in the district, including budgets, human resources, student advocacy, and curriculum and assessment. Written by two veteran special education administrators with more than 100 years of combined experience, this book shows current and aspiring special education administrators how to excel in the many demanding areas of their position, allowing them to be effective administrators and educational leaders. Among the many topics included in the book are The importance of visibility in the form of face-to-face interactions to assist staff, students, and building principals The importance of parents in the process The significance of confidentiality, due process, program development, and working with advocates Insight into decision-making and relationship-building A critical tool in any special education administrator′s box, this book provides practical and friendly advice for a difficult but critical job
Table Of Contents
pt. I. Foundational elements -- pt. II. Program and service delivery considerations -- pt. III. Working with and managing related stakeholders -- pt. IV. Extraordinary concernes
Literary Form
non fiction
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1 online resource (xx, 199 pages)
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