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Course Overview

This course will prepare candidates with the tools that educational leaders will need to budget, administer, and manage the funds and resources needed to create and maintain an equitable and successful learning environment for all teachers and students. Candidates will gain a working knowledge of fundamentals of education finance for residential/day schools for the deaf as well as deaf programs, by exploring sources of revenue at the local, state, and federal levels. Approaches and procedures for forecasting budgets, managing school operations and facilities, reporting and auditing of funds, insurance and risk management as well as human resource management will be explored.

Admission to the Ed.S. in Deaf Education or CSEDL Doctoral program or Ed.D. in Transformational Leadership and Administration in Deaf Education Program or permission of any of the above program directors.

Program: Education

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