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NAESP Statement on the Introduction of Student Mental Health Services ActRead More
NAESP commends Reps. Abigail Spanberger and Brian Fitzpatrick for the introduction of the Connecting Students to Mental Health Services Act.
NAESP Statement on President Biden’s FY 2024 Budget RequestRead More
We applaud President Biden’s FY24 budget request for federal education programs that includes substantial increases for Title I, special education, and mental …
NAESP Statement Endorsing the Supporting the Mental Health of Educators and Staff ActRead More
We commend Rep. Suzanne Bonamici for taking the lead on the urgent challenge of addressing the mental health of school staff.
NAESP Statement on the Introduction of the Loan Forgiveness for Educators ActRead More
This legislation aims to address teacher shortages and expand loan forgiveness opportunities for school leaders and early childhood educators.
NAESP Statement in Response to Shooting at Robb Elementary SchoolRead More
The Uvalde, Texas, shooting is just the latest that should prompt strengthened policies and increased funding for school safety and student support services.
NAESP Statement on Biden-Harris Administration Increasing COVID-19 Testing in SchoolsRead More
NAESP releases a statement in support of the Biden-Harris administration increasing COVID-19 testing in schools nationwide.
K-12 Organizations to Congress: Include K-12 School Facilities in New Infrastructure PackageRead More
As Congress debates infrastructure proposals, NAESP and other national K-12 organizations are strongly urging the inclusion of direct grants and bonds for K-12…
NAESP Statement on Passage of the American Rescue PlanRead More
The National Association of Elementary School Principals applauds the passage of the American Rescue Plan, which includes $125 billion for schools.
NAESP Statement on Miguel Cardona Nomination as U.S. Secretary Of EducationRead More
The National Association of Elementary School Principals congratulates Secretary-designate Miguel Cardona and believes his experience positions him well to ser…
NAESP Statement on Passage of Coronavirus Response Funding For SchoolsRead More
The National Association of Elementary School Principals applauds Congress on the passage of the coronavirus relief package, calls for additional funding for s…
NAESP Statement on Election Of President-Elect BidenRead More
The National Association of Elementary School Principals congratulates President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on winning the 2020 pre…
Statement on U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision in Department of Commerce v. New YorkRead More
Statement from NAESP Executive Director Dr. L. Earl Franks, CAE, on U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision in Department of Commerce v. New York.