Schools Train Their Own Principals To Combat Shortage

02/22/2002 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

School systems nationwide have instituted training programs to groom aspiring principals. For example, Wake County, N.C., reimburses teachers who participate in its "Leaders for a New Millennium" program for 50% of what it costs to take required school leadership classes. The National Association of Elementary School Principals estimates that 40% of the 93,000 principal positions in the U.S. could be vacant by 2006.

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