Cultivating and Keeping Committed Special Education Teachers : What Principals and District Leaders Can Do

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Cultivating and Keeping Committed Special Education Teachers : What Principals and District Leaders Can Do by Bonnie S. Billingsley, 9781412908887
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  • ISBN: 9781412908887 | 1412908884
  • Cover: Paperback
  • Copyright: 3/10/2005

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Improve teacher retention by understanding and supporting the work of special education teachers! Are you concerned about special education teacher attrition? Do you wonder about how to meet the demand for highly qualified special educators? This book highlights the problems that drive many special educators out of teaching and outlines practical recommendations that leaders can use to increase retention. Drawing on field experience as well as research findings, Billingsley provides a comprehensive framework for supporting special educators. Cultivating and Keeping Committed Special Education Teachers provides effective ways to: Recruit and hire qualified special educators Provide responsive induction programs for new teachers Design effective professional development opportunities Create inclusive and collaborative schools Provide reasonable work assignments and reduce paperwork Promote wellness by reducing stress This book emphasizes the important role that principals play in supporting special educators and how they can make a difference in what special educators accomplish in their schools. Numerous assessments, tools, and resources are included to help leaders, mentors, and teachers improve the conditions of special education teaching.

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