The Principals' Office Blog

House Approves ESEA Legislation, But Future of Reauthorization Still Uncertain

Despite opposition from school principals, the U.S. House of Representatives passes the Student Success Act by a vote of 221 to 207.

An Update on the House ESEA Reauthorization Bill, Debate on Twenty-six Amendments Begins

NAESP urges school principals to tell your Representative in the U.S. House to oppose the Student Success Act.

NAESP Opposes House ESEA Rewrite Likely Considered by End of Week

Read NAESP's position on the Student Success Act and find the latest on the ESEA reauthorization legislation moving in the U.S. House or Representatives.

The ABCs of the NAESP Conference

In Baltimore, blogger Kimberlyn Pratesi found affirmation, collaboration, and so much more.

Networking and the Digital Difference

Conference technology has come a long way over the years, writes conference blogger Kimberlyn Pratesi.

Presenters Challenge Principals to Build Strong Relationships

One theme from Thursday's conference sessions? Relationships matter, writes conference blogger Kimberlyn Pratesi.

Different Jerseys, Same Team

Conference blogger Kimberlyn Pratesi reports from the kickoff Jeans and Jerseys celebration.

Momentum to Increase Technology Access in Schools Continues

NAESP shows support for ConnectED, a new initiative to expand high-speed internet connection in schools.

Meet Conference Blogger Kimberlyn Pratesi

Maryland principal Kimberlyn Pratesi shares what's on her must-learn list for the 2013 conference.

Early Childhood Education Proposal Expected in Senate

Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) unveiled an outline for legislation that would expand early childhood education.

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