Role in Support
Educational administrators play an essential role in special education programs to ensure that students with disabilities receive the necessary supports to succeed.
One problem in the education industry is that there are children in every school with learning disabilities, but not every school is equipped to meet the needs of all learners. This certificate addresses the gaps that exist by teaching skills that administrators and teachers must have to foster the success of exceptional learner programs.
This program is carefully designed to aid School Administrators in gaining knowledge on the various aspects of the Special Education Program through interactive activities, videos, quizzes, and real-life scenarios.
This program will cover the following topics:
This program will prepare learners for job titles including Principal, Assistant Principal, Diocesan Director of Inclusive Programs or General Academic Programs, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, and Director or Coordinator of Academic Inclusion.
The salaries of educational administrators in the US vary widely depending on the type of institution, the size of the institution, the geographic location, and the amount of experience and education of the administrator.
At the elementary and secondary school level, salaries for educational administrators can range from $50,000 to over $150,000 annually. The median salary for all school principals is around $95,000.
This program will equip learners with the following skills:
This program will equip learners with the following work competencies: