In this career, your responsibilities may include:
- Developing curricula, helping teachers and principals implement them in schools, instructing teachers and principals in new and alternative teaching techniques and technology, and assessing the effectiveness of the changes.
- It is helpful to have previous work experience in teaching or school administration.
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Typically requires a master’s degree.
Certification is required in some states to work in public schools. This required certification process is the same as what other professions call “licensure,” as it is regulated at the state level. See “Licensure” for more information.
Teaching or education administration licensure required in some states. Contact your state for more information.