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Principals on the Clock: A Glimpse Into Six Different Workdays (Videos)

A new federal study finds principals regularly clock more than 60-hour weeks, with paperwork and curriculum issues eating significant chunks of school leaders' time. Follow six school chiefs from the wee morning hours to supper time as they juggle the demands of a single school day with creativity, energy, and a touch of tech-savvy.

Principals, we want insight into your day—share videos using the hashtag #PrincipalsOnTheClock.

Related: Principals Work 60-Hour Weeks, Study Finds

Video and Timeline Production: Cat McGrath and Carmen Rojas | Text: Sarah D. Sparks
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