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Educational administrators who manage elementary, middle, and secondary schools are called principals. They set the academic tone and hire, evaluate, and help improve the skills of teachers and other staff. Most education administrators begin their careers in related occupations, often as teachers, and prepare for advancement into education administration by completing a master's or doctoral degree. Because of the diversity of duties and levels of responsibility, their educational backgrounds and experience vary considerably. Employment of education administrators is projected to grow as fast as the average for all occupations through 2014.
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