The paper also discusses the ratio of administrators to the student number in a school district, in Fentress County Tennessee school district. A school administrator is a specific employee in a position that is considered highest in a school district. This is an individual having the responsibility for policy formulation or a program administration. Employees who hold positions that are designed to be of senior management and positions of supervision have an entitlement to all benefits, rights, and burdens brought about by other employees who are classified. After being assigned to a certain position, administrative and supervisory employees are classified at the board of education according to the provision of the subjects (Brimley, Rulon, Garfield, et.al. 2008). This is always done according to the collective bargain agreement that is applicable for school districts in Fentress County that take into account the merit system, and the personal commission rules. The positions within the senior administration are normally filled by eligible people who are selected according to managerial ability and qualification of the employees. These requirements are not only classified by the superintendent but also determined by the commission of personnel. In Fentress County school districts, the basic administrative units include the local district, which is the basic administrative unit, the school board, which is the governing board, and the superintendent, who holds the office of chief administration.
The school district makes up a reorganization that is significant in financing of education. The Fentress County state has a responsibility of determining the number of the local school districts. The superintendent, on the other side, organizes the staff that would be supportive to the achievement of the student, efficient operation, and the program of education. Administrators always have a twelvemonth year of working thus making them extremely busy in most part of their time. Despite the managerial sector, administrators, have a number of tasks including the development of the curricula for the benefits of the students. In a basic administrative unit, the administrator is referred to as the principal. In Fentress county elementary and secondary schools, the principal usually have a doctoral or masters degree in administration or leadership. In public district schools, the school administrator has a vital role of supervising the counselors, teachers, librarians, coaches, and the support staff. Other responsibilities of the principal involve evaluating and hiring teachers; setting goals and objectives of a school; organizing communication with community members, parents and students, and preparing the school budget (Brimley, Rulon, Garfield, et.al. 2008). Below the principal, there exists a person who assists the principal in administration. Such an individual is known as a vice-principal. The duties of the vice-principal are highly specialized to the extent that they always have most of the daily activities of the school. In an administrative, that is central, workers who are specialized work with all or some of the schools within a given district. They oversee specific programs like evaluation of the academic achievement of the students. In most cases, any of these administrative personnel may have the responsibility