Category: Education Technology and Innovation

Cindy Sholtys-Cromwell

Why You Should Attend UNITED This Summer

When elementary and secondary school leaders from around the country gather in Nashville this summer for UNITED: The National Conference on School Leadership, you can bet I’ll be there. I’ve attended and presented at national and state conferences throughout my 24 years as an administrator, and I’m looking forward to UNITED for the following reasons:

Join Us at UNITED

This summer, elementary and secondary school leaders will come together in Nashville for an unparalleled opportunity to collaborate toward a common goal. UNITED, The National Conference on School Leadership, marks a joint effort between the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) and the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP). Taking place July 15–17, […]

Support Your Case to Attend

At UNITED, school leaders of all levels will come together to amplify their collective voices, learn from each other, and find inspiration and fresh ideas to take back to their schools. You can elevate your own leadership by joining us in Nashville this summer, July 15-17, and we can help you build support for your […]

Five Tips to Better Support Students in the College Application Process

Today’s students face unprecedented levels of technological change, mental health concerns, and record low college admissions rates—among other things—that have made today’s educational environment vastly different from the one their parents grew up in. I’ve seen how these shifts trickle down to daily feelings of anxiety for children and adults alike.

Three Podcasts for School Leaders on the Go

Finding time to gather insights and inspiration can be a challenge. For your convenience, we’ve curated a selection of podcasts sure to be of interest featuring NASSP Board Member Marcus Belin and State Principals of the Year. Whether you want to learn something new on your morning commute or take a well-deserved break, take a […]

Partnerships Open New Job Opportunities to High School Students 

At Harrison High School in Harrison, AR, we are committed to ensuring that every graduate leaves our school as one of “the three Es: enrolled, employed, or enlisted.” This approach has led to a series of initiatives that have transformed our approach to education and career readiness. 

Exploring Principal Collaboration in South Korea 

Embarking on a professional journey with the APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) School Leadership Program in South Korea this past July was an exhilarating experience that broadened my understanding of global education dynamics and paved the way for enriching collaborations. I participated in this six-day program with NASSP’s 2023 National Principal of the Year, Donna Hayward, […]

Igniting the Conversation on Career Possibilities  

Students starting a new school year often focus on beginnings—creating routines, initiating friendships, and starting classes. Beginnings are also an opportunity for students to think about where they’re heading. For most it’s toward a future career they’ll love.