Inclusive Educational Administration: A Case-Study Approach / Edition 2by Mary Konya Weishaar, John C. Borsa, Phillip M. Weishaar
Pub. Date: 03/09/2007
Publisher: Waveland Press, Inc.
With the advent of inclusion, almost all administrators will face special education issues. This text for educational administration covers nine topics that relate to inclusive education (e.g., conflict, program evaluation, fiscal issues, discipline). Each chapter is arranged around a real-life case study to stimulate discussion, problem solving, and decision making. The text provides well-organized, practical information often given only a brief "once-over" in most educational administration textbooks.
Inclusive Educational Administration covers what all administrators should know about how special education works. The book is designed for both Special Education Administration and regular Educational Administration courses since school administrators rarely get training in inclusive/special education administration or in the handling of inclusive and special education situations.
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Table of ContentsChapter 1: The Case Study ApproachChapter 2: Inclusive School Governance and Special Education Chapter 3: Identification and Placement Issues in Special Education Chapter 4: Conflict Resolution in Special Education Chapter 5: Program Evaluation in Special Education Chapter 6: Fiscal Issues in Special Education Chapter 7: Human Resources Issues in Special Education Chapter 8: Transportation Issues in Special Education Chapter 9: School Reform in Special Education Chapter 10: Discipline in Special Education Appendix A: Questions and Reflections Appendix B: Issues Addressed in Case Studies Appendix C: Case Study Analysis Form References Name Index Subject Index
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