Session 4: Why Leaders Should Create Cultures of Joy, Motivation, and SupportDecember 6, 20234:00 – 5:00 PM ET Finding positive school cultures where children and adults are loved and supported is a focus of every teacher, administrator, and parent. School leaders have known for decades that developing cultures of love, joy, and support are key […]REGISTER
UNITED 2024: The National Conference on School Leadership
Be the first to know when registration opens for UNITED: The National Conference on School Leadership—a powerful partnership between NASSP and NAESP.
LEAD: National Student Leadership Conference
LEAD is the premier national conference for student leaders and the educators who support them. Registration is open for November and January!
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These past few years have been marked by radical change. Your job has changed—and so have the ways NASSP supports you.
A Community For You
School leaders often feel isolated—but you’re far from alone. NASSP’s Leadership Networks are safe spaces for you to connect with other schools leaders to share experiences, challenges, and successes.
NASSP announced that Andrew Farley, the principal of Brookfield East High School, in Brookfield, WI, is the 2024 NASSP National Principal of the Year.
The call for proposals is now open and ready for applications. This is your chance to share your expertise and innovative ideas with fellow educators and leaders.
Elevate principal leadership. Join us for a captivating webinar series that shine a spotlight on exceptional school leaders who’ve demonstrated innovation and resilience while overcoming challenges. Explore topics such as fostering success, inspiring both students and staff, tailoring education to each child, and cultivating a positive school environment. FREE for NASSP members!
We’re thrilled to announce that Sham Bevel, Bayside Sixth Grade Campus, Virginia Beach, VA; Andrew Farley, Brookfield East High School, Brookfield, WI; and Kimberly Winterbottom, Marley Middle School, Glen Burnie, MD, are the 2024 NASSP National Principal of the Year finalists.
Being named an NHS scholarship finalist is a prestigious honor that comes with the obvious perk of dollars toward a college education. But did you know that finalists also receive the trip of a lifetime to Washington, D.C.? Every spring 25 high school seniors designated as finalists come together to meet each other in person, learn from one another, and hear from inspirational speakers.
Today, NASSP and 45 state school leader associations sent a letter to Congress opposing the House of Representatives’ FY 2024 appropriations proposal that would cut education funding by 28%. Read the letter below and join your association in sending a pre-written message to your representatives urging them to fully fund vital K–12 programs.
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NASSP offers a range of in-person and virtual events that will help take your leadership to the next level.
Meeting the unique needs of the Assistant Principalship by providing opportunities to connect with colleagues, share current challenges, and celebrate successes. You must be registered for this Leadership Network to attend the meeting. When you join you will receive an email with the monthly meeting link. Join here.REGISTER
Session 4: The Culture Cure: How to Build a Healthy School CultureDecember 7, 20234:00 – 5:00 PM ET Do you wish you had a school culture where teachers were willing to do whatever it takes to help students succeed? A culture where your teachers embraced feedback, and where everyone was committed and focused on your […]REGISTER
Looking to connect with other school leaders in a meaningful way? Join one of NASSP’s Leadership Networks, a safe and supportive community of principals and assistant principals where you can share your experiences, challenges, and successes while expanding your professional network on a national level.
A network for recognized past State Assistant Principals of the Year to engage with each other and with NASSP.
NASSP Student Leadership Programs
Transform Your School Through Student Leadership
Whether your school’s student leadership is flourishing, emerging or somewhere in-between, NASSP’s student programs are for you.