Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The position or office of a principal.
- n. The condition, rank or office of a principal
- n. the post of principal
“At Slippery Rock, officials said the moratorium list includes: master of science in sport management, master of arts in English, principalship certification, master of education in physical education and master of science in nursing.”
“The major problem I see with the principalship is the politics of the principalship today and the politics involved in the education of children.”
“Insist that all evaluation systems enhance the professionalism of teaching and the principalship.”
“In 1972, after an unusually long principalship that lasted eighteen years, she retired from Newnham and went to live in France for a year before returning to Cambridge in 1973 to work for the Cambridge City Council as a Labour Councillor.”
“Her warmth and generosity were a great asset in promoting the kind of informal principalship which was a hallmark of her time at Newnham.”
“In 1916, Khatskels, having returned to Vilna from her studies in St. Petersburg, took up the principalship of a Yiddish middle school for girls.”
“It only takes someone who knows nothing or cares nothing about the learning needs of children to dream up this capitalist version of the principalship, where school leaders pore over endless test data most of the day looking for ways to manipulate meaningless numbers in order to project enough confidence in their bottom line to continue their bonuses and the iron-fisted control of the two-bit oligarchs who decide their futures.”
“Bloomberg and Klein, principalship, school CEOs comments:”
“The core purpose of principalship is to provide leadership and management in all areas of the school.”
“When her daughter passed away, Flora resigned the principalship at the institute and moved to Norfolk, Virginia, where she assisted her son-in-law in the upbringing of her grandchildren.”
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