We know there is an ongoing and growing shortage of speech language pathologists (SLPs) and that SLPs have a very tough job. The SLP shortage sparks us to think again about the role of special education leaders and how we can move toward a new approach for service delivery. Watch, listen and read to get an overview of workload concepts. You’ll benefit from leadership strategies for dealing with real-word challenges for staffing and scheduling. Learn from examples you can model to move you from the caseload world into the workload world even in the midst of legal compliance challenges and pressure to improve quality of service.
Judy Rudebusch, Ed.D, CCC-SLP, is Assistant Superintendent for Special Services and Federal Programs, Irving ISD, TX. She serves on multiple ASHA committees, the RTI Action Network and is a presenter at special education conferences.
Barbara Moore, Ed.D. CCC-SLP is the ASHA Vice President of Planning and former president of the California Speech/Language Association, an expert on issues related to special education, RTI and school-based SLP services.
Glen McCandless is the executive producer of the SPED Ahead series, a consultant who has for over 25 years worked with educators and developers to improve teaching and learning through innovative uses of instructional technology.
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