The results of this study may serve as a framework for educational leaders coordinating staff development for both special and regular teachers and aides in schools implementing inclusion models.mathematics; student attendance; graduation rate; and the qualifications of teachers and administrators. The School and Its Inclusion Practices The case studied was a small, rural junior-senior high school located in west- central ... There were a total of 37 professional staff members in the school, which includes 33 teachers, 1 librarian, 1 guidance counselor, and 2 ... to State Averages Class Size Case Study School All Other Secondary Schools in Pennsylvania 1 to 20 55.5 23.4 9 .
|Title||:||A Case Study of Effective Staff Development Practices in a Small Pennsylvania Junior-senior High School with Inclusive Practices|
|Author||:||Susan M. Sibert|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|