Communicator - April 2020

COVID-19 Resources

4 Points about Delivering Special Education Instruction
This guidance grounded in the law will help you address the needs of students with disabilities during the coronavirus pandemic. Read more

Making Virtual Learning Easier
NAESP Strategic Partners offer trusted resources to help principals navigate a new world of digital learning. Read more

Webinar Recap: Managing Mental Health Issues
Experts offer tips to overcome the impact of COVID-19 on mental health. Read more

Leading During Coronavirus
NAESP has created a suite of webinars to help principals be better virtual leaders. Read more

Funding for Schools During the Coronavirus Crisis
Take action to let Congress know that robust funding is needed now to support our nation’s schools. Read more

Helping Students Succeed

Research Roundup: Autism Spectrum Disorder
April is Autism Awareness Month. Make assessment and intervention more effective for students on the autism spectrum. Read more

Inequities in Advanced Coursework
Use these 5 steps to help increase access to advanced coursework for black and Latinx students. Read more

4 Ways to Support Students in Crisis
Hint: It starts with creating a nurturing, supportive environment for teachers. Read more

Tackling Summer Slump
Keep students from losing ground academically over summer break with this May 13 webinar. Read more


Webinar: Finding Work-Life Balance During & After COVID-19
Learn how to structure your work day amidst the new normal in this April 28 webinar. Read more

Webinar: Women in Leadership 
Get strategies to overcome personal and professional challenges to achieve your goals in this May 6 webinar. Read more

2020 NAESP Election Results
The NAESP membership has elected a new vice president and three new zone directors, whose terms begin Aug. 1, 2020. Read more

NAESP Foundation Meets AmazonSmile
Make the NAESP Foundation your charity of choice on AmazonSmile. Read more

NAESP Partners With Comcast Internet Essentials
High-speed internet is now available to even more low-income households beyond those participating in the National School Lunch Program and those receiving housing assistance, including Medicaid, SNAP, and SSI. Read more