The Stresses of the Modern-Day Principal

Teaching’s a hard job. Administration’s a hard job. And running a school seems even harder. More than half of Australia’s school principals have a working week that’s more  than fifty-six hours long, and they’re feeling the strain.

The Daily’s Sam Baran was joined by Dr Scott Imig, Senior Lecturer in the School of Education at the University of Newcastle, to discuss the stresses faced by today’s principals.

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