|Quick Facts: Instructional Coordinators|
|2010 Median Pay||
$58,830 per year
$28.28 per hour
|Entry-Level Education||Master’s degree|
|Work Experience in a Related Occupation||More than 5 years|
|Number of Jobs, 2010||139,700|
|Job Outlook, 2010-20||20% (Faster than average)|
|Employment Change, 2010-20||27,300|
Instructional coordinators oversee school districts’ curriculums and teaching standards. They work with teachers and school administrators to implement new teaching techniques to improve the quality of education.
Instructional coordinators work in public and private schools. They generally work year-round and do not have summer breaks, as do workers in some other education occupations.
Most school districts require instructional coordinators to have at least a master’s degree. In addition, they often require them to be licensed teachers or licensed school administrators.
The median annual wage of instructional coordinators was $58,830 in May 2010.
Employment of instructional coordinators is expected to grow by 20 percent from 2010 to 2020, faster than the average for all occupations. Employment growth is anticipated as schools increasingly focus on improving teachers’ effectiveness.
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