Students can submit a healthy recipe by June 17 for a chance to win a trip to a White House dinner.
Latest report predicts across-the-board cuts could climb to over 9%.
Framework highlights discipline strategies that prevent the use of restraint and seclusion in schools.
Congressional leaders announced that there will be no bipartisan deal on ESEA next year.
"Supercommittee" fails, triggering billions in automatic cuts from education.
The budget amendment's out, but two more fiscal decisions loom in the coming weeks.
Eleven states will have relief from the bill's most onerous requirements.
The Pre-K Coalition unveiled a report that recommends early education policies during a congressional briefing.
Principal explains in a radio interview that while she supports high standards, a one-time test does not effectively measure growth.
Educators' voices make a difference in ensuring that the nation’s students are adequately prepared to thrive in the 21st century.
As part of NAESP’s National Leaders Conference on Thursday, the Association and AASA kicked the day into gear with a Congressional Panel comprised of speakers from the U.S. House of Representatives.
While students are on summer vacation, principals from around the nation have come to Washington, D.C., to take part in NAESP’s National Leaders Conference
ESEA Flexibility for States and Local Districts – Will this Help Principals Better Serve Disadvantaged Students?
In Monday’s issue of Politico, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan announced that the Department of Education would be ready to provide “regulatory relief” from the current iteration of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), otherwise known as No Child Left Behind, if Congress is unable to reauthorize the law before the end of the year.
Last week, NAESP joined fifteen members of the Learning First Alliance in urging the U.S. Department of Education to consider issuing regulations to relieve states and local districts from unnecessary burdens authorized by No Child Left Behind, which was enacted in 2002. As Congress works to reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), which expired three years ago, states and local districts face burdensome and costly requirements under the law and must redirect scarce resources to avoid sanctions.
“This is a most hopeful time for America’s public schools,” said keynoter Jamie Vollmer, who addressed principals during the Opening Session of NAESP’s National Leaders Conference.
Attendees of NAESP’s National Leaders Conference spent a productive day lobbying on Capitol Hill for our nation’s students, as evidenced by the stories that were shared during the Hill Visit Debrief.
Education program spending cuts, consolidation, and elimination remain congressional priorities.
While top leaders in the House and Senate continue to tackle larger disputes on deficit reduction, spending cuts, and tax increases before the debt limit deadline later this summer, Congress and the U.S. Department of Education finally released the plan for the 2011 fiscal year’s spending on education programs, seven months after the start of the fiscal year. The news for education funding for FY 2011 is disappointing. At this time, the outlook for FY 2012 is shaping up to be worse.