Principal Eric Cardwell Embarks on Road Trip of a Lifetime

Cardwell, who serves as NAESP President, will cover nearly 4,500 miles and visit 28 schools during his two-week tour. Gift Card Winners Announced

NAESP and teamed up to get teachers to post projects in need of funding. Three of those schools won $5,000 gift cards.

NAESP Honors Nation’s Top Principals for National Principals Month

Sixty-two principals will travel to the Washington, D.C. program to be recognized for outstanding leadership.

U.S. Department of Education Pilots “Flexibility for Equitable Per-pupil Funding”

The flexibility relieves many of the Federal requirements related to allocation, use and reporting for those eligible Federal funds.

PD funding for Principals Preserved in Senate Funding Bill

Continued strong Title II, Part A funding is critical for states and districts to provide support and professional development for teachers and principals.

Use Title IV Funds for Academic Enrichment and Mental Health Services, Not Guns

NAESP statement on proposal to allow gun purchases and firearm training for educators with funds appropriated under Title IV, Part A of ESSA.

NAESP Seeking Candidates for Open Board Positions

NAESP is seeking outstanding candidates for several open positions on the NAESP Board of Directors.

Three New Staff Join the NAESP Team

The NAESP team is dedicated to leading in the advocacy and support for elementary and middle-level principals in their commitment to all children.

NAESP Board of Directors Nominates Replacement Director for Zone 2

The New Director for Zone 2, Dr. Arlene Rogo, will begin her term on Aug. 1, 2018.

NAESP Receives Award for Principal Magazine

A special literacy-themed issue of Principal has won an Apex Award for Publication Excellence.