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Texas Tech Offers Superintendent Certification Preparation
Wednesday, October 3, 2007 • Posted October 2, 2007

School administrators interested in earning superintendent certification can do so in the Hill Country while continuing to work. The 15 credit hour Superintendent Professional Certification preparation program is offered by Texas Tech University (TTU) College of Education. Students can attend classes at any of these sites: TTU at Fredericksburg or TTU at Highland Lakes or TTU Center at Junction.

The program will help prepare students to pass the State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC) School Superintendent TExES examination and pursue a career as a school district superintendent in Texas. The cohort will begin in January and will finish in December of the same year.

The Texas Education Agency requires Texas certification as a teacher and principal and at least two years of TEA-approved teaching experience. All participants admitted must be actively, or in the recent past, engaged in a campus or district-level administrative position.

For additional information, contact the nearest academic advisor at: Fredericksburg, (830) 990-2717; Highland Lakes (Marble Falls), (830) 798-9548; or Junction, (325) 446-2301. Application deadline is Nov. 1. Additional information is available at: http://www.educ.ttu.edu/docs/handbooks/EDLD%20SuperintendentHndbk.pdf

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