Primary and intermediate school principals across the country will be able to discuss and vote on a new collective agreement offer next week.
The new offer, that was announced yesterday, would see a pay parity with secondary principals.
It came over a month after principals rejected a $64 million pay offer because it was proportionately less than a $1.5 billion offer accepted by teachers.
This offer provides most principals with a cumulative pay increase of about 11 per cent, along with professional development fund and additional support staff for smaller schools.
The Bay of Plenty Times sat down with principals