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Curriculum Coordinators

Education and Training Requirements

High School

A well-rounded education is a good start for future work as a curriculum coordinator. In high school, take classes in English, speech, computer science, chemistry, physics, biology, mathematics, social studies, and psychology. Be sure to take foreign language classes also, particularly if working in the field of English language education.

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