Making the Most of Membership

NAESP recognizes top associations for their efforts to boost membership in their states.

Communicator
July 2020, Volume 43, Issue 11

During the NAESP general assembly, held virtually in lieu of an in-person NAESP Pre-K-8 Principals Conference this year, states were recognized with achievements in membership. This year, NAESP expanded the number of categories to reflect the great successes states and zones are seeing in increased membership.

The recipients for the 2019-2020 membership year are:

Highest Membership Count
First Place: Association of Washington School Principals
Second Place: Pennsylvania Principals Association
Third Place: Michigan Elementary and Middle School Principals Association

Highest Percent of Market Share
First Place: Association of Washington School Principals
Second Place: Rhode Island Association of School Principals
Third Place: North Dakota Association of Elementary School Principals

Highest Percent of Growth Over Prior Membership Year
First Place: New Mexico Association of Elementary School Principals
Second Place: New Hampshire Association of Elementary School Principals
Third Place: North Dakota Association of Elementary School Principals

Highest Increase in Members Over Prior Membership Year
First Place: Pennsylvania Principals Association
Second Place: Virginia Association of Elementary School Principals
Third Place: New Hampshire Association of Elementary School Principals

Zone Leaders (Highest Membership per Zone)
Zone 1: Massachusetts School Administrators’ Association
Zone 2: Pennsylvania Principals Association
Zone 3: Virginia Association of Elementary School Principals
Zone 4: Alabama Association of Elementary School Administrators
Zone 5: Illinois Principals Association
Zone 6: Michigan Elementary and Middle School Principals Association
Zone 7: Minnesota Elementary School Principals’ Association
Zone 8: Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals
Zone 9: Association of Washington School Principals

Growing membership shows just how important a network is to principals being successful in their jobs. Plus, as you know, NAESP offers benefits to their members that they can’t get anywhere else. Take a look at what membership benefits you might be missing out on.

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