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'What’s so hard is keeping yourself open to 600-plus students, over 100 adults on campus, the parents, the community…there’s no rest, there’s no stop. How many things can happen in a day? At the end of every day, I’ve heard six things that I’m not okay with, a kid who stabbed another kid with a pencil, a parent who called a kid out of class and hit him with an extension cord.'

Look what happened at a New Jersey school.

A veteran teacher talks about the problem of principal turnover for students and teachers.

After 21 years, a high school principal sends his final staff letter and looks back on his career.