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EDPD 8071 Leading Change in Special Education: Advocacy, Policy, and Law: Welcome & Course Readings

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EDPD 8071 Course Readings

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DeMatthews, D. (2014). Deconstructing systems of segregation: Leadership challenges in an urban school. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 17(1), 17-31.

Kairie, M. W. (2014). The role or policy in the development of special education. International Journal of Progressive Education, 10(3), 86-96.

Mayger, L.K., Zerkel, P.A. (2014). Principals’ challenges to adverse employment actions: An empirical analysis of the case law. NASSP Bulletin, 98(3), 219-236.

Mueller, T.G. (2014). Litigation and special education: The past, present, and future direction for resolving conflicts between parents and school districts. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 1-9.

Prater, M.A., Redman, A.S., Anderson, D., Gibb, G.S. (2014). Teaching adolescent students with learning disabilities to self-advocate for accommodations. Intervention in School and Clinic, 49(5), 298-305.

Whitby, P., Marx, T. McIntire, J., & WIenke, W. (2013). Advocating for students with disabilities at the school level: Tips for special educators. TEACHING Exceptional Children, 45(5), 53-59.

Zirkel, P.A. (2014). The law in the special education literature: A brief legal critique. Behavioral Disorders, 39(2), 102-107.

Zirkel, P.A. (2015). Special education law: Illustrative basics and nuances of key IDEA components. Teacher Education and Special Education: The Journal of the Teacher Education Division of the Council of Exceptional Children, 1-13.

Other Readings

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