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“Help aspiring principals learn on the job. Textbooks and lectures don’t cut it. Today’s principals need to solve problems and analyze issues within the complex school environment. And principal-candidates need on-the-job practice under the guidance of a trained mentor before they are licensed to lead. ”

—David S. Spence & Gene Bottoms, “How States Can Build Leadership Systems,” Education Week, 12/10/07

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With five days before the Aug. 26 primary, Gov. Rick Scott announced he plans to ask the state to increase total state funding for education to $19.6 billion during the 2015-16 legislative session.

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