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What does AP stand for?

AP stands for Assistant Principal


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Bachant, assistant principal of David Prouty High School, has received the "2012 Administrator of the Year" Award from the Massachusetts Association of Student Councils.
Last school year, Sink was assistant principal at Prairie Mountain School.
Agua Fria Elementary Kim Pietrocci, assistant principal Aspen Community Magnet School Daniel Pena, principal Amy Biehl Community School at Rancho Viejo Pam De La O, principal Atalaya Elementary School Lee "Abbie" Casias, assistant principal (photo unavailable) Carlos Gilbert Elementary School Jennifer Sallee, principal Chaparral Elementary School Patricia Ceja, principal (photo unavailable) DeVargas Middle School Diane Garcia Piro, principal Jennifer Baca, assistant principal El Dorado Community School Anne Darnton, principal Katherine Diaz, assistant principal Kearny Elementary School Matt Martinez, principal Ramirez Thomas Elementary School Vanessa Romero, assistant principal Sweeney Elementary School Theresa Ulibarri, principal Tesuque Elementary School Coleen Korce, principal
A student shot and killed an assistant principal and seriously wounded two other administrators at a high school in the US.
A student shot and killed an assistant principal and seriously wounded two other administrators at a high school in the US yesterday.
Marshal (1992) recognized the need for assistant principal training to extend beyond the managerial aspects of their jobs, "Beyond this [managerial skills], assistant principals need to be prepared to fill roles and functions of administrators and to face the fundamental dilemmas in administration" (p.
If that conclusion is generalized, prospective campus administrators may find that the conflict management skills they employed as teachers will not produce particularly successful outcomes when they move into the assistant principal and principal roles.