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Nearly 1 in 4 D.C. Schools Have New Principals

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Of the 125 schools in the District of Columbia public school system, 30 had new principals when school opened last week. The number of new leaders is a result of both retirements and of principals, who are on one-year contracts and are not being asked to return.

Vol. 30, Issue 02, Page 5

Published in Print: September 1, 2010, as Nearly 1 in 4 D.C. Schools Have New Principals
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