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Principals swamped by workload, stress and violence

Increasing job demands, working hours, stress; threats of violence, bullying and offensive behaviour from parents and students; and an overall lack of support. These are major complaints of the educators running public and private schools, according to the 2017 Australian Principals Health and Wellbeing Survey Report, released on Wednesday 15 February 2017.

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