Illinois Administrative Certification or equivalent
A Master's Degree in Educational Administration is
required, and work beyond that level is desirable.
Candidate should have successfully demonstrated the
ability to use leadership, supervisory and
administrative skills to promote the educational
development of students and staff.
Candidate should be able to focus on curriculum and
instruction, supervision of students, staff development
and evaluation of Staff.
Requirements also include using leadership skills to
coordinate efforts of teachers, parents, community
agencies, counselors and support staff to maximize
personal and intellectual development of students.
Previous experience working with a diverse student
population is also preferred.