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House Committee Approves Nearly 20 Percent Cut to Education Funding

The House annual appropriations bill could provide nearly 20 percent less for education funding than current funding levels, but details have not yet been released.

Speaking Out on Pre-K Rigor

In the most recent speaking out column in Principal magazine, authors Christopher P. Brown and Brian Mowry discuss the contentious nature of implementing rigor at the pre-K level.

Principals Share Leadership Practices

In videos for The Wallace Foundation, principals explore the tactics of effective school leadership.

ED Publishes Blueprint for RESPECT

The Department of Education has been engaging educators in a national conversation about transforming teaching and leading, called the RESPECT Project.

White House Releases Budget Proposal

President Obama released his Fiscal Year 2014 budget proposal, requesting a slight funding increase for the U.S. Department of Education.

Ask your Member of Congress to Support the Striving Readers Literacy Program

Members of the U.S. House of Representatives have until April 15 to show their support for the critical Striving Readers Literacy Program.

Speaking Out on School Safety

A Colorado principal argues that schools must build trust and a sense of community to develop meaningful solutions.

My Two Cents: Alternative Funding

Principal magazine asked principals where they find alternative sources of funding for school programs when faced with budget cuts.

Celebrating Middle-Level Education Month

This month, NAESP is focusing on the challenges and opportunities of the middle level.

First Lady Launches Let's Move! Active Schools Program

NAESP joins First Lady Michelle Obama in increasing children's activity.

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