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Administration Of Special Programs
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Preparing Students: Early Childhood Programs and Career Readiness Programs
- Analyze the history of career and technology education.
- Assess career readiness programs in secondary education.
- Evaluate the administrator's role in early childhood and career readiness programs in Kâ12 education.
- Evaluate assessment methods for young children with suspected disabilities.
- Examine programs and practices available for young children with disabilities.
Assisting Students: Gifted Programs, Counseling Programs, and Alternative Education Programs
- Compare programs designed to provide services to gifted students.
- Assess current models for the implementation of school counseling programs.
- Identify legal and ethical considerations related to school counseling programs.
- Analyze the characteristics of effective alternative education programs.
Leading School Leaders: Working With Teacher Leaders and Student Leaders
- Examine the characteristics of shared leadership and teacher leadership.
- Assess the importance of student leadership programs.
- Identify the legal implications pertaining to student leadership programs.
- Evaluate the administrator's role in supporting teacher leadership and student leadership programs.
Leading School Improvement: District Office Resources, Response to Intervention (RTI) Programs, and School Improvement Models
- Examine the role of central office staff and resources in regards to individual schools.
- Identify the essential elements of a response to intervention (RTI) program.
- Examine the link between response to intervention (RTI) programs and professional learning communities (PLCs).
- Evaluate the administrator's role in leading response to intervention (RTI) programs in a school.
Providing Student Services: Special Education Programs, Section 504 Services, and Title I Programs
- Analyze the importance of special education and Section 504 services in public schools.
- Evaluate the components of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
- Examine the referral and evaluation process for special education and Section 504 services.
- Examine some of the critiques of Title I funding.
- Identify various Title I programs available to schools.
Meeting Student Needs: English Language Learners and Enrichment/Intervention Programs
- Defend the need for culturally-responsive teaching in schools.
- Assess how school programs assist and support English language learners (ELLs).
- Identify ways to involve migrant parents in the educational process.
- Evaluate academic preparation, enrichment, and intervention programs.
- Evaluate the administratorâs role in relation to English language learner enrichment, and intervention programs.
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