Districts ease principals' job burdens

09/15/2004 | Education Week

States and districts around the country are lightening the administrative workload for principals so that school leaders can focus on improving instruction. Job-sharing, new training programs and the addition of school managers who keep the infrastructure humming are among initiatives giving principals more time for restructuring academic programs.

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