Leadership and Supervision in Special Services
Promising Ideas and Practices
Routledge – 1988 – 136 pages
Here is an authoritative reference on a range of subjects vital to supervisory personnel whose responsibilities include children with learning and/or behavior problems.
Leading professionals - serving as members of a special writing team of the Council of Administrators of Special Education (CASE) - offer a rich source of ideas especially for administrative personnel involved in the delivery of special educational programs and services to children with handicapping conditions.
Chapters cover such topics as critical success factors, supervision and evaluation, cost analysis, and more.
Critical Success Factors of Rural and Urban Special Education Administration. Implementing the Clinical Supervision Process in Special Education. Facilitating Local Implementation of Special Education Program Evaluation. The Pragmatic Press of Political Reality: Use of P.L. 94-142 Discretionary and Set-Aside Funds. Resource Cost Analysis: We Really Need to Know. Training District Personnel as Peer Consultants and Inservice Leaders: Implementation and Evaluation of a Training Program. Organizational Identification and Perceived Intra-School Conflict Among Secondary Special Education and General Education Teachers. The Use of Criteria in Decision Making Regarding the Placement of Hearing Impaired Children. Extended School Year Services for Handicapped Children: Leadership Issues and Actions.