Principal shortages more likely in urban, rural schools

11/10/2003 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

With 41% of Illinois' principals expected to leave their jobs by 2008 due to retirement or promotion to superintendent, districts anticipate a tough time replacing them. Lower pay and stressful working conditions are making recruitment of principals for urban secondary schools particularly difficult.

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