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Rickie Stanley, Hill’s former teammate at Mount Vernon High and now the assistant principal at the school, sensed something was wrong.
The teenager was an “all-around good soul,” said Damon Monteleone, principal of Richard Montgomery High School in Rockville.
I got promoted at a very young age to assistant principal, and yeah, I was off and running.
The principal treatments for cancer at the time consisted of surgery and radiation.
However, as a former teacher and principal and in my experience as an educator, I can tell you, when I have 15 students in front of me versus 28, I am able to give more specialized attention to those 15 students.
Kubinyi, principal investigator of the project, says dogs have a number of key advantages as an aging model for humans.
He was chief of a teaching and maintenance staff of 100 — up from 20 when he became principal in 1968.
The Bush-Obama approach was recognized as the “bipartisan consensus” in education, built around annual testing, accountability for students, teachers, principals and schools, and competition among schools.
Courtney Beuchert, CEO of ad agency Eleven, also based in San Francisco, noted that empathy, plurality and collaboration are among the principals that define the new, supportive leader — a far cry from the CEOs he worked under early in his career.
Consumption is now frequently seen as our principal role in the world.
THE MAKING OF OUR CONSUMER CULTUREKERRYN HIGGSJANUARY 23, 2021QUARTZ

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