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Welcome to Convention News Online for the 2011 NAESP Annual Convention & Exposition! Check back frequently to stay informed about all the latest from Tampa with articles, blog postings, tweets, and photos from convention attendees.
Save the Date!
NAESP's 2012 convention will be March 22-24 in Seattle.
For 2011 Convention Attendees, the Learning Continues!
Registered attendees of NAESP’s convention will receive a special bonus that extends their learning opportunities. Read more
Permission to Engage
Keynoter Vernice Armour left attendees with a renewed sense of purpose and a feeling of importance for the work that we do. Read more
Dynamics of Change
Ballroom B buzzed with enthusiasm and laughter as Todd Whitaker led an interactive session titled “Leading for Change.” Read more
Education Needs Different Principles—Not Different Principals
Sir Ken Robinson called for a global revolution in education during his keynote address. Read more
Children’s Book Award Contest Winners Revealed
Both winners will receive a contract to publish their books. Read more
NAESP Announces Launch of Assistant Principals Award Program
Assistant principals in pre-K-8 schools around the country now have a national awards program to call their own. Read more
NAESP and Crayola Offer Grants for Arts Education
During the Opening General Session, NAESP and Crayola announced the launch of the 2011 Champion Creatively Alive Children grant program. Read more
Principals Roll Up Their Sleeves to Create Outdoor Learning Center
More than 120 volunteers participated in the third annual Community Service Day. Read more
NAESP Convention in the News:
St. Petersburg Times: Florida school districts rush to revamp teacher evaluation
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