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4. Instructional Coordinator $87,510


Perks of being an Instructional Coordinator

Instructional coordinators usually have a flexible schedule and an office on school grounds. They get to work closely with the principal and other district officials and travel locally off the school campus. Instructional coordinators have the opportunity to influence instruction in each school classroom.

Challenges of being an Instructional Coordinator

Instructional coordinators must have knowledge of the entire school’s curriculum and deliver guidelines to each teacher about how to instruct it properly. They share accountability with the classroom teacher for curriculum and learning success.

Job Outlook

Much faster-than-average job growth is projected. Job opportunities generally should be favorable, particularly for those with experience in math and reading curriculum development.

Quick Glance Degree Requirements

School Instructional Coordinators often have a master’s degree in leadership and curriculum.

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Salary Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

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