Some people may assume all principals do is sit in their office, speak at assemblies and yell at naughty children. However, while they may spend hours in their office, that time is spent managing the school finances, property, policies, procedures, legislation, community issues, wellbeing issues ... and yes, naughty children. The list goes on. Next week, primary school principals will vote on whether to accept the Government's latest collective agreement offer... But is it all about pay? Cira Olivier reports.

Primary and intermediate school principals across the country will be able to discuss and vote on a new collective agreement

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What was rejected by principals:

The key components of the new offer are: