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A matter of principals and principles
« on: February 19, 2013, 04:06:02 AM »
A matter of principals and principles



There is one question that I dread receiving as an educator. "Why don't you look into becoming an administrator?" Thankfully, I am usually not sipping from the coffee that provides me with the sweet nectar of wakefulness for the day as I would surely be spitting it out in a random state of incredulity.

Why do many good teachers refuse to cross over into the "dark side?"  There are quite a few Jedi knights in the classroom who would indeed make lovely principals and assistant principals, especially considering the increase in pay. While the pay jumps a bit, the stresses and responsibilities make an even larger jump for already beleaguered educators.

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