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Increasing number of women are high school principals

In this January 2013 photo, Schenectady High School Principal Diane Wilkinson explains how students and parents can use Google Voice to improve communication with her.
Photographer: John Enger
In this January 2013 photo, Schenectady High School Principal Diane Wilkinson explains how students and parents can use Google Voice to improve communication with her.
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1991: 8 percent of superintendents in New York state were women 2012: 31 percent of superintendents in New York state were women Career path: • 25 percent of superintendents (men and women) were elementary school principals • 65 percent of superintendents (men and women) were middle or high school principals Source: New York State Council of School Superintendents Women are breaking through the glass ceiling in a new arena: high schools. Traditionally, the schools for ...


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