Top Tips for Getting Ready for Administrative Position Interviews

Having spent successful years in the classroom, you’ve gained confidence in your readiness to take on the challenges and rewards of school leadership. Graduating from graduate-level educational leadership classes, diving into a plethora of academic literature and research reports, burning the midnight oil drafting papers, honing leadership skills through volunteering for school and district committees, fulfilling administrative intern duties (including overseeing school lunch!), navigating the certification process with the department of education bureaucracy, you’ve now reached the juncture to apply for your inaugural administrative role.

Other articles

Post Image
Education
New Administrators’ Entry Plan

After years of diligent preparation for a school leadership role—participating i …

Read More
Post Image
Education
Cell phone policies in NYC schools highlight difficulties of implementing statewide ban.

Forest Hills High School’s cell phone policy appears straightforward on th …

Read More
Post Image
Education
Michigan school districts must allocate federal stimulus funds before deadline

Michigan is sitting on billions of dollars in COVID-19 federal funding earmarked …

Read More