NAESP Twitter Chat: Rise and Thrive: The AP’s Role in Enhancing a School Community

NAESP Twitter Chat: Rise and Thrive: The AP’s Role in Enhancing a School Community

Assistant principals (APs) are integral to the success of a school community. They work in partnership with the school principal to pave the way for positive experiences for students, faculty and staff, and school families—empowering their school community to rise and thrive together.

In this #NAESPchat on Twitter, hosts and assistant principals Equetta Jones and Zach Korth will lead a discussion on strategies APs can use to effect change in schools by building a strong principal-AP leadership team, collaborating with teachers, ensuring equitable outcomes for students, focusing on academic and social-emotional growth, and engaging school families. Join us on Wednesday, April 6, at 8 p.m. ET, for this special #NAESPchat as we celebrate National Assistant Principals Week April 4-8.

About #NAESPchat

Every second Wednesday of the month, NAESP hosts a Twitter chat for principals, assistant principals, and aspiring principals. Using a Q-and-A format, we ask leaders in education to share what works for them in their schools on a particular topic. This discussion serves as a way to help leaders learn new strategies and tips, too. Use #NAESPchat to participate (and be sure to look back on previous chats to hear what other leaders in your shoes have had to say).

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