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Principals on the Clock: A Video Timeline

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Being a school principal can be hard - a new federal study shows that they work, on average, nearly 60 hours a week. From paperwork to classroom observations, school leaders must balance a variety of tasks, demands, and responsibilities. What does a principal's day truly look like? 

To find out, Education Week asked six principals from across the country to film themselves periodically throughout a typical school day - from the early morning hours to dinner time. 

Scroll through the video timeline below to experience a day in their lives:

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