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Course Overview

This course focuses on current issues of import and emerging trends in the management of special education programs from federal, state, and local perspectives. Concentration is on the broadest understanding of disabilities. Each topic covered in the seminar will begin with a review of the historical trends, theoretical underpinnings, philosophical foundation, and sociological bases of that topic in order to develop management practices that can be coherently and consistently implemented on a daily basis.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Graduate

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate