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    Case studies on educational administration - Kowalski, Theodore J.
    Call Number: SCH LB2805 .K63 2012
    ISBN: 0137071302
    This is an updated text to help prospective and practicing administrators develop problem-solving and decision-making skills. The cases cover a range of problems encountered in contemporary American school districts and schools.

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    Autism spectrum disorders: foundations, characteristics, and effective strategies - Boutot, Amanda E.
    Call Number: SCH LC4718 .B68 2011
    ISBN: 0205545750
    Boutot and Myles, chief of programs for the Autism Society of America, present an introductory textbook on the range of disorders for pre-service and in-service teachers seeking a deeper understanding of autism and a clear explanation of intervention strategies.

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    Foundations of early childhood education : teaching children in a diverse society - Gonzalez-Mena, Janet
    Call Number: AUD LB1139.23 .G65 2011
    ISBN: 0073378771
    This book discusses early childhood care and education programs that aims to increase their quality through teacher training. Using a family-centered approach, the author provides an overview of these programs; links care to education; includes chapters on modeling as teaching; and integrates themes like diversity, special needs, observation, and guidance throughout.

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