The Irish Times: It used to be a highly sought-after post. But schools are struggling to attract applicants. In the past couple of years Angela Dunne has seen six fellow principals step down from their roles. “Not because of age or retirement, but purely because the workload and its effect on their health,” says Dunne, a teaching principal at Loughmore national school, Co Tipperary. Read article

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