teachers', students', and administrators' experiences
teachers,' students,' and administrators' experiences
? I think it is the first example with apostrophe, then comma?
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The comma does not go inside the apostrophe. And you have too many commas.
It is OK to say
teachers', students' and administrators' experiences...
That is, your second comma is not needed, unless you are devoted to the Oxford Comma.
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It would be neater to say:
The experiences of teachers, students and administrators...