The Masters of School Administration (MSA) at East Carolina University culminates with a year-long internship that incorporates multiple assessments to evaluate administrative experiences. One of the assessments allows for faculty to determine how each student’s experiences align with the North Carolina School Executive Standards (NCSES). Analysis of patterns of experiences for the internship 2009-2010 will reveal trends of the following indicators: time of the year, type of program, gender, and ethnicity. Additionally, surveys of supervising principals and MSA faculty describe the trends more in depth and also identify strategies that enhanced and/or hindered interns’ experiences. FULL MANUSCRIPT ATTACHED IN PDF BELOW AND AVAILABLE ONLINE AT:

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