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Education administrators, also know as principals, lead teachers and other members of school staff. They manage the day-to-day operations of elementary, middle, and high schools. They set goals and objectives and evaluate their school’s progress toward meeting them. Education administrators work in public and private schools. Generally, they work full time, and many work summers when school is not in session.

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