Administrators, Elementary and Secondary School

SOC Codes: 11-9032

Entry Salary 
Average Salary

Job Description
Education administrators manage the business and academic operation of schools and school systems. Administrators recruit and hire personnel, prepare and present budgets, and are responsible for the maintenance and development of school facilities and services. They are also responsible for instructional and program leadership at the building and district level.

1. Complete a teacher/education program.
2. Complete an advanced program at an approved institution in administration.
3. Program must include an internship.
4. Must have three years teaching experience.

Conviction of a felony or of committing an immoral act.
Gross negligence, incompetence, immorality, or other reprehensive conduct.
Fraud or deceit in obtaining certification.

School Located in Wyoming
University of Wyoming - Laramie 
      Division of Leadership and Human Development

Principals of elementary and secondary schools must be certified as a teacher with an administrative endorsement by the
Professional Teaching Standards Board.


Fingerprinting $ 45.00
Initial Certificate (In-State) $130.00
Initial Certificate (Out-of-State) $200.00
Renewal (Every 5 years) $125.00

Licensing Agency
Professional Teaching Standards Board
1920 Thomas Avenue, Suite 400
Cheyenne, Wyoming  82002
Phone: (307) 777-7291

Additional Sources of Information
Occupational Outlook Handbook:
"Education Administrators"

Wages Last Updated June 2008

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