I'm starting an admin credential program in the fall through
our county office of education and National University.
The basic program is one year and leads to a preliminary
For a reasonable amount of extra money and another six
months, I have an opportunity to earn a masters degree in
School Administration. I currently do not have a master's.
How important is the master's in getting a job as a site-
level school administrator?
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