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Principals feel they're hamstrung, survey finds

They cite the DOE's "top-down" handling of schools and low morale due to reforms

By Nanea Kalani

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 15, 2014

~~<p>An overwhelming majority of public school principals who responded to an independent survey about their working conditions say they lack the needed support and autonomy to act in the best interests of their schools, but hesitate to speak out for fear of retaliation.</p>
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</strong><em>An independent survey of Hawaii public school principals was administered April 18-28. It consisted of 13 questions and was conducted via personal email addresses.</em></p>
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An overwhelming majority of public school principals who responded to an independent survey about their working conditions say they lack the needed support and autonomy to act in the best interests of their schools, but hesitate to speak out for fear of retaliation.

MOOD IN SCHOOLS An independent survey of Hawaii public school principals was administered April 18-28. It consisted of 13 questions and was conducted via personal email addresses. Login for more...



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