Preparing Aspiring Leaders to Address Special Education
principal preparation, special education, school improvement, content analysis
This content analysis aims to investigate the effectiveness of a job-embedded principal residency program in addressing special education needs within schools. By analyzing various sources such as action plans, participant reflections, and student outcomes, this research seeks to provide insights into the impact of the program on improving special education practices, fostering inclusive environments, and enhancing overall student achievement. The findings of this study have the potential to inform principal preparation programs, school administrators, and educators about the benefits and challenges of implementing best practices to support support students with special education students.
Palmer, Dusty L.; Greenless, Linnie; Valle, Fernando; and Palmer, Cathy
"Preparing Aspiring Leaders to Address Special Education Needs in an Embedded Principal Residency Program: A Content Analysis,"
School Leadership Review: Vol. 18:
1, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/slr/vol18/iss1/3