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Apply to Be an Editorial Advisor

To keep NAESP’s publications at the forefront of education issues and trends, the Association has established a group of editorial advisors. This group assists NAESP by:

  • Suggesting themes and articles for Principal and other publications;
  • Writing one book review a year;
  • Contributing to conference news; and
  • Providing honest feedback on publications and other NAESP services.

If you are a current principal and interested in becoming an editorial advisor, fill out this application. Editorial advisors are asked to make a three-year commitment. Being an editorial advisor takes a limited amount of time each month, and all advisors are recognized in the masthead of Principal.

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