063. Remuneration for Principals for managing all positions in the school

There’s not too many jobs out there where a manager would work for free. However, that’s exactly what principals do every day. Despite a principal having to manage all the staff in the school, that’s the teachers, SNAs, caretakers, secretaries, bus escorts and anyone else, (s)he only gets paid for the teachers.  There are circumstances … Read more063. Remuneration for Principals for managing all positions in the school

054. Provide a Principal Step Down Facility

Becoming a principal can turn out to be a decision one might regret, as nothing can really prepare you for it. The idealist in you believes the advertisement that you will be a leader of learner, and in some ways, that’s sometimes true. However, the vast majority of the time, you end up filling in … Read more054. Provide a Principal Step Down Facility

029. Principal Benchmarking Should Be Awarded

Back in 2008, a review of all public sector pay came to the conclusion that everyone was being paid fairly except for a small proportion of university technicians and all 3,200 primary school principals. The principal allowance was to be upped significantly in some cases. Below are the figures from an old INTO Eolas leaflet. … Read more029. Principal Benchmarking Should Be Awarded

126. Primary and Secondary Principals should be on the same pay scale

You’d expect primary and secondary school principals to receive rate of pay for their jobs. Not so. For some reason second level principals deserve a higher rate of pay. Here is a chart showing the disparity. Unless there’s a compelling reason as to why second level principals deserve a higher rate of pay, parity should … Read more126. Primary and Secondary Principals should be on the same pay scale

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