- n. Plural form of administrator.
“The courts are neither qualified nor empowered to be policy makers and "long-term administrators of complex social institutions" such as schools or prisons, he writes.”
“Second, one of the tasks of school administrators is to understand, support, and explain the constitutional rights that we all have.”
“But I'm also sure that the band issue is simmering on the back burner, and may come back to bite certain administrators in the butt when they least expect it.”
“ESA administrators must be domain administrators in Active Directory.”
“Unless, of course, these adults graciously volunteered their services (as used to be the case a few years back) -- but then certain administrators could claim that they were denying a student the opportunity to play.”
“Too bad certain administrators in other districts don't recognize that!”
“Unfortunately, certain administrators got rid of one of the best teachers (the band director) at East High a few years back, because of a personal vendetta.”
“Over the years, NASA's had administrators from a variety of backgrounds.”
““That day belongeth to the Moon and portendeth righteousness in administrators and officials and that it will be a year of much rain and grain-crops will be good, but linseed will decay and wheat will be cheap in the month Kiyáhk; 424 also the plague will rage and the sheep and goats will die, grapes will be plentiful and honey scarce and cotton cheap; and Allah is omniscient!” —”
“Attacking education bureaucracies and their overstaffed, overpaid, underproductive administrators is where we can find common ground, and it is where we are more likely to achieve real, meaningful reform in public education.”
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