How to become an education advisor & manager

Be involved in educational research and developing education curriculums.

What does an education advisor & manager do?

Duties and tasks

  • Coordinate educational programs and providing advice
  • Observe teachers in classrooms in order to determine areas of needed improvement
  • Publish findings and working with administrators and governmental officials to incorporate suggestions into educational systems
  • Research trends in education and offering ways to improve schools, districts, and educational systems
  • Train teachers in new educational methods
  • Work with teachers and educational administrators to determine areas of research focus 

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