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New School Equity Audit ToolRead More
Revisions to the audit were made based on research and feedback from practitioners including members of the NAESP’s Task Force on Race and Equity.
NAESP and Nebraska Department of Education Honor Pre-K–3 Leadership Academy ParticipantsRead More
The program provided participants with a job-embedded experience in developmentally appropriate leadership practices.
NAESP Welcomes New Professional Learning StaffRead More
The National Association of Elementary School Principals is pleased to announce the following strategic additions to the headquarters staff.
NAESP Releases New Principal Guidebook: Leading Learning CommunitiesRead More
Principals should prioritize equity and social-emotional learning to build culture, empower people, and optimize systems.
NAESP Launches National Aspiring Principals AcademyRead More
NAESP, in partnership with AASA, The School Superintendents Association, is proud to announce the launch of the National Aspiring Principals Academy.
Pre-K Leadership Training Helps Meet the Needs of Vulnerable StudentsRead More
NAESP releases SREB evaluation results of the NAESP Pre-K–3 Leadership Academy Pilot in Alabama.
PD funding for Principals Preserved in Senate Funding BillRead More
Continued strong Title II, Part A funding is critical for states and districts to provide support and professional development for teachers and principals.
Professional Development funding for Principals Preserved in Senate BillRead More
Continued funding for Title II, Part A is critical for states and districts to provide support and PD for teachers and principals.
Elementary, Middle School Principals to Gather in Orlando for The NAESP Pre-K–8 Principals ConferenceRead More
Principals to invest in effective school leadership strategies in preparation for upcoming school year.
Write for Principal MagazineRead More
Writing for Principal is a great way to help other principals while giving you fresh insights into your own professional development.
Funding for Title II, Part A Preserved in FY18 Omnibus BillRead More
The bill maintains funding at $2.055 billion for Title II, Part A—the only federal funding source dedicated to educator professional development.