N.C. teachers become principals through internship program

03/6/2013 | Fayetteville Observer (N.C.), The

Counties in North Carolina are using a $6.1 million Race to the Top grant to train teachers without an administration degree to become principals in one year by shadowing and interning with mentor principals. Upon completion from the Sandhills Leadership Academy, teachers receive 18 graduate credits toward a degree and a state principal license. "This is definitely a grow-your-own program," Executive Program Director Donna Peters said.

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