Preparing Future Teachers and Doctoral-Level Leaders in Deaf Education: Meeting the Challenge
Andrews, Jean F., Covell, John A., American Annals of the Deaf
THE DEAF EDUCATION PROFESSION faces a critical juncture. First, the 2006 leadership crisis that swept deaf education's flagship institution-Gallaudet University-will propel professionals to think deeply about promoting diversity, equity, and access in deaf education teacher and leadership preparation programs. Second, personnel shortages require attention: Teacher and leadership voids in university and K-12 programs loom if training efforts are not increased. Teaching and leadership needs center on three challenges: (a) understanding the changing demographic composition of the student, teacher, and leadership populations; (b) developing an evolving curriculum founded on research-based …
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Publication information: Article title: Preparing Future Teachers and Doctoral-Level Leaders in Deaf Education: Meeting the Challenge. Contributors: Andrews, Jean F. - Author, Covell, John A. - Author. Journal title: American Annals of the Deaf. Volume: 151. Issue: 5 Publication date: Winter 2006. Page number: 464+. © American Annals of the Deaf Summer 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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