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Report Raises Concerns About Principal Turnover

Chicago Public Schools principals overwhelmingly say they care more about reducing paperwork than getting extra pay, according to a new report on principal retention by the Chicago Public Education Fund.

Seventy percent of the 423 principals who responded to the Fund’s survey — nearly two-thirds of all CPS principals — want to spend less time on compliance, such as filling out forms and completing data requests, while just 33 percent want an increase in pay.