The Principals' Office Blog

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.

Congressional Briefing on Absenteeism in the Middle Grades: The Prevalence, the Impact, and Turning It Around

Join NAESP at a Congressional briefing Wednesday, June 26, in Washington, DC.

Experienced Principals: Review Applications for Natl. Board Certification for Principals

Make a meaningful contribution to the principalship! Applications are due July 3.

New Flexibility Offered to States Implementing Teacher and Principal Evaluations

Secretary Arne Duncan outlines the Department’s offer for new flexibility.

*Updated* House Approves ESEA Rewrite Proposal in Committee

Reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act takes another step forward.

Senate Committee Approves Democrat-backed ESEA Bill

To better understand what this could mean for your school, a summary of the Committee action and an outline of what to expect next in the reauthorization process.

New Opportunity for School Leaders: Principal Ambassador Fellowship

Apply now for this special leadership opportunity from the U.S. Department of Education.

NAESP and NASSP Respond to Senate ESEA Reauthorization Bill

The Strengthening American Schools Act was approved by the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee on June 5.

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