One of the most common comments ISR hears from teachers in International Schools is how Karma is hopefully going to rain down (hard!) upon their administrators. We all agree some truly awful administrators are out there who treat students, parents, and teachers with complete disregard. But, do Principals of International Schools also deserve some of the blame?
Until now, many notoriously poor Principals have simply slipped under the radar, while the Head/Director receives the majority, if not all, the blame. What impact does a Principal have in making a school one to be sought out or avoided, at interview and after working with them. Can a Principal, and your working relationship, make or break your international teaching experience? We invite you to comment just below.
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