The Principals' Office Blog

Explore Copyright Issues in January Tweetchat

Join NAESP and the American Library Association for a discussion on copyright issues for educators.

My Two Cents: Recharging Your Batteries

In the latest installment of My Two Cents, Principal magazine asked principals how they recharge during their busiest school weeks.

Speaking Out on Education Leadership

In the latest installment of Speaking Out, Joseph Murphy outlines a three-layered model of school leadership.

My Two Cents: Energize Your Staff

In the latest installment of My Two Cents, Principal magazine asked principals to share one way they energize their staff at the beginning of the school year.

NAESP Expresses Concerns with House Education Funding Bill, Urges an Open Debate of Expected Budget Cuts

NAESP and the National Association of Secondary School Principals expressed concern with the 2014 education appropriations bill in a formal letter to the House Appropriations Subcommittee.

Update: U.S. Department of Education Begins Review of Applications for the 2013-2014 Principal Ambassador Fellowship Program

The U.S. Department of Education reports that over 450 applications were submitted to secure a slot for the 2013-2014 Principal Ambassador Fellowship Program.

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.

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