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October 13, 2020

Philadelphia Principal Named National Principal of the Year

Richard Gordon turned around Paul Robeson High School for Human Services, which was slated for closure in 2012.

August 31, 2020

Why School Leaders Are Considering an Early Exit: One Principal's Take

The coronavirus pandemic is making some principals question how long they'll be able to hang on.

August 21, 2020

The Pandemic May Drive Principals to Quit

Divisive politics and discordant guidance on school operations may accelerate departures. The profession already suffers from high burnout rates.

July 28, 2020

Principals: The Voice Too Seldom Heard in the Reopening Schools Debate

Even though principals are responsible for carrying out school reopening plans, many of them complex, expensive, and unpopular, just 35 percent said they were consulted "a lot" on their districts' plans for the fall.

July 23, 2020

First-Year Principals, Some Advice for Doing This Job in a Pandemic

Six key pieces of advice that are essential for any first-year principal, but are critical for those who are starting the job during the COVID-19 pandemic.

July 16, 2020

Principals Launch National Network for LGBTQ+ School Leaders

A current and former principal are spearheading a national effort to provide professional support to LGBTQ+ school administrators.

June 01, 2020

Outdoor Classrooms in the Age of COVID-19: Pros and Cons

As districts rethink their learning spaces for a COVID-19 world, a California group is encouraging districts to take some of those lessons outside.

May 18, 2020

Dear Principals, We've Got a Newsletter Just for You

The Savvy Principal is a new weekly newsletter from Education Week to specifically serve principals and other school leaders.

May 09, 2020

Are Teachers and Principals in Your State at High Risk for COVID-19? See Analysis

About 18 percent of all teachers and 27 percent of all principals are 55 years old or older, putting them at higher risk for COVID-19.

April 22, 2020

'What Are You Feeling'? Superintendent Asks Seniors About Grading, Graduation, and What Comes Next

Superintendent Joseph Meloche, of the Cherry Hill Public Schools in New Jersey, convenes regular conversations with high school seniors to help him figure out how to handle the end-of-year rituals that have been upended by the coronavirus pandemic.

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