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The Toughest Job In Education? Maybe Not

Summary:  This article presents an interesting view of the assistant principalship which has often been considered the toughest job in education.  The article counters this view with some thoughts about the training of prospective principals and some of the benefits in learning that are afforded to assistant principals.  Comments following the article convey a range of thoughts on what jobs are the toughest in education.  An interesting read.

Source:  Steve Drummond, nprEd, July 27, 2015

Categories:  School Leadership, Teacher Leadership