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Curriculum Coordinators


The outlook for curriculum coordinators aligns with the outlook for instructional coordinators, who have similar responsibilities and goals. According to the Department of Labor, faster than average employment growth (6 percent) is predicted for instructional coordinators through 2029. Student achievement will continue to be of primary importance to states and school districts. As the Coronavirus pandemic fades and schools reopen, even more emphasis will be placed on curriculum evaluation and improvement to get students back on track and performing well. Curriculum coordinators will be needed to review and improve curricula. Employment growth for many curriculum coordinators will depend on state and local government budgets. Curriculum coordinators with a master's degree and prior experience in education will have the best job prospects.

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