- Communicator, July 2022, Volume 45, Issue 11
Interstate Teacher Mobility Compact Aims to Address Teacher ShortagesRead More
The movement to get teachers back into classrooms is gaining momentum—and we need your expertise to help draft the legislation.
Webinar: We Can’t Wait: Educating Students for American DemocracyRead More
Elementary and middle school leaders are reclaiming the civic mission of schooling through the Educating for American Democracy Roadmap. Explore how this work …
FY23 Budget ReleasedRead More
Exploring the FY23 budget, plus electric school buses, Medicaid reimbursement, and school flexibility waivers.
- Communicator, January 2022, Volume 45, Issue 5
Prioritizing PSEL In Pandemic-Era EducationRead More
Education leaders share which standards took priority in their schools during the pandemic and strategies to bring back-burner priorities into focus again.
- Communicator, November 2021, Volume 45, Issue 3
Child COVID-19 Vaccination: Keeping Students Healthy and in SchoolsRead More
With approval of the COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5-11, the CDC released guidance on how schools can play a part in keeping students safe and in schools …
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Three Bills with Big Implications for SchoolsRead More
Several pieces of legislation in Congress could have a meaningful impact on education.
The Return to School RoadmapRead More
New guidance released from the Department of Education, plus FY22 budget priorities, and federal funding for remote learning.
American Rescue Plan Money Headed To StatesRead More
Updates on the American Rescue Plan, plus school infrastructure funding, and the FY 22 Budget Request.
The American Rescue Plan Q&ARead More
A Q&A with NAESP’s advocacy team on the American Rescue Plan and its impacts on schools.
COVID Relief Funding Bill Is PassedRead More
A look at what a new funding bill—as well as a new administration–means for 2021.
CDC Virtual Forum: Recommendations on Safe School Reopenings, COVID Testing in Schools, and In-School Mitigation StrategiesRead More
Resources: Powerpoint presentation
CDC Guidance on School ReopeningsRead More
New guidance from the CDC, plus negotiations for COVID relief, and an extension to school meal flexibility from the USDA.
Leading Virtual Learning Communities: Facing the Challenges of COVID-19Read More
Great learning communities are places where instruction and learning continuously improve, so how as a principal can you ensure that this occurs virtually? Joi…
Funds for Reopening SchoolsRead More
Education groups highlight the need for stronger support and funding in order to reopen schools safely and effectively.
State Funding, CARES Act, & MoreRead More
Why state stabilization funds are critical for current and future school funding.
Episode 18: CARES Actin PodcastsRead More
In this episode of NAESP HQ, NAESP Executive Director L. Earl Franks, Ed.D., CAE, speaks with NAESP Associate Executive Director of Advocacy and Policy Danny C…
Advocate for Robust Funding for Schools During Coronavirus CrisisinRead More
As K-12 education systems face an uncertain path ahead, the past can provide a roadmap for the future