Educational administration is a stressful profession. As reform agendas and student populations become more challenging, little is changing in schools to counter this long-standing truth. Educational leaders of the 21st century are facing more pressures, changes, and challenges as the pace of their professional lives increases. This study develops notions around novice and veteran administrators’ identification of and responses to stressful incidents in their professional practice.
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