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Principals (also called education administrators) are responsible for managing school activities in elementary, middle, and high schools. They actively collaborate with teachers to create mission statements, create and uphold high curriculum standards, and establish performance goals and objectives. Most public school principal jobs require an admissions counseling or graduate teaching degree. Many principals have a master degree in education administration or educational leadership degree. Some principals have doctorate or other specialized degrees in education administration. School principal jobs are expected to grow about as fast as average, increasing 12%, from 226,000 jobs in 2006 to more than 253,000 jobs in 2016.
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