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Educational Administration as Executive Position

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mike lopez

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Educational Administration as Executive Position
Educational Administration
Education administrators organize and manage the administration, support systems and activities that enable the effective running of an educational institution.
Executive (education), a person or group having administrative or supervisory authority in an organization
Educational Administration as Executive Position
Educational Administration as an executive position, distinguishes the role of school heads and how these roles are interrelated with each other.

Educational Administrator

Responsibility can be termed as an ability to act at one’s own will, without any supervision. It is the obligation to successfully complete an assigned task.

1. Admissions

2. Supervision of academic affairs such as hiring, promotion, tenure and evaluation (which faculty input where appropriate);

3. Maintenance of official records (typically supervised by a registrar);

4. Maintenance and audit of financial flows and records;

5. Maintenance and construction of campus buildings (the physical plant);

6. Maintenance of campus ground;

7. Safety and security of people and property on the campus (often organized as an office of public safety or campus office);

8. Support of campus computers and network (information technology);

9. Fundraising from private individuals and foundations (development or advancement);

10. Research administration (including grants and contract administration, and institutional compliance with federal and state relations);

11. Public affairs (including relations with the media, the community, and local, state, and federal governments).

Bases of School Administration
A. Key Responsibility
B. Principles of School Administration
C. Uses of Principles
Principles are used in school administration:
a. As means by which an administrator proceeds from one situation to another;

b. As instruments to improve teaching and learning;

c. To minimize the blunders of trial and error in a practical piece of work;

d. To guide the choice and sequence of appropriate techniques;

e. To aid in the evaluation of techniques for they are bases of judging the technique used in school administration, and

f. To define the items that must be scrutinized in evaluating results

D. General Principles of School Administration
These general principles can be stated as a summary of the implications of philosophy of school administration.
School Administration:

1. must be democratic (recognizing individual differences, respect personality and extend consideration to all);

2. must be cooperative in character;

3. must be scientific (research oriented activity to discover solution to problem);

4. must be based on accepted educational philosophy;

5. must be creative (means initiating, devising, inventing or producing something new);

6. must be evaluated in the light of results;

7. must be preventive and constructive;

8. must be flexible

E. Duties of the School Administrators
1. Educational administrators help develop academic programs and services that will provide students with the educational resources they need to succeed academically.

2. Educational administrators supervise teachers, librarians, counsellors, coaches and all other staff associated with the day-to-day interaction of students.

3. Educational administrators are responsible for creating and implanting institutional rules and regulations that protect the rights and responsibilities of the students.

4. Educational administrators are held accountable for ensuring receives quality education and instruction. In addition, administrators are responsible for monitoring the educational progress of students and making necessary adjustments to the learning process when needed.

The gift of administration is the God-given ability to give direction and make decisions on behalf of others that result in efficient operation and accomplishment of goals. Administration includes the ability to organize people, things, information, finances, etc. Often the mark of an administrator is the ability to accomplish things in a "fitting and orderly way".
(1 Corinthians14:40).
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