|Statement||by Jeremy Jon Lietz and Maxine Towle.|
|LC Classifications||LC4019 .L53 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 173 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||173|
|LC Control Number||82000666|
Principals and Special Education: The Critical Role of School Leaders. DiPaola, Michael F.; Walther-Thomas, Chriss This document examines key leadership issues related to effective special education and reviews emerging standards in knowledge and skills for effective principal by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lietz, Jeremy Jon. Elementary principal's role in special education. Springfield, Ill.: Thomas, © An essential handbook for educating students in the 21st century, since its initial publication A Principal's Guide to Special Education has provided guidance to school administrators seeking to meet the needs of students with disabilities. The third edition of this invaluable reference, updated in collaboration with and endorsed by the National Association of Elementary School Principals . Special Education T his book is different from many that have been developed for principals on the topic of special education. It is different in that it does not solely focus on describing the law and special education rules and procedures. Rather, this book is designed as a guidebook to developing.
Research suggests that the principal’s role is pivotal in the special education process; however, few school leaders are well prepared for this responsibility. This NAESP standards book helps principals understand the critical. need for high-quality early childhood education and what their role is in advocating, supporting, and improving early childhood education in their schools and communities. Explanations of six standards, real-life. The Principal’s Role With IEP Teams. By Karen T. McElhinny and Dominick R. Pellegrin parents of special needs elementary school children are not familiar with the regulations or the system. You can play an important role in helping parents and the child through the process and establish a positive, collaborative focus that may follow the. Duties and Responsibilities of School Principals. Principals manage the day-to-day activities of public and private elementary, middle and high schools. They oversee faculty and staff and make decisions that impact the overall educational success of the school. A master's degree in education administration or.
The principal has a vital role in the effectiveness of the special education program of the school, providing educational leadership, holding faculty and staff accountable for their various responsibilities, lending expertise into the policies and procedures of the school, allocating funds for the provision of services, and providing moral support to all involved. In , the National Association of Elementary School Principals met in Washington, D.C. to redefine the role of principals in the 21st century. Today's principals must know state and federal goals, the latest and best technologies and teaching methods and . Depending on your principal’s personality, they may not really be able to describe to you how vital the special education teacher role is to the success of a school. Often the special education teacher assists with Response to Intervention (RTI) and behavioral issues for the entire school population, not only the students in special education. This guide is designed to provide information on ensuring quality special education services and early intervention to building principals in elementary and middle schools. It sets forth standards of excellence that directly relate to implementing the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and presents guidelines for principals to use when assessing themselves and their school.