2020 Advocacy Conference will include:
- Small, hands-on advocacy training sessions
- Panel discussions featuring national education policy experts
- A Capitol Hill Day attending meetings with your members of Congress and their staffs
- Networking sessions and receptions with fellow school leaders and education policy experts
At the NASSP Advocacy Conference and Capitol Hill Day, hundreds of school leaders have the opportunity to speak to their members of Congress in a unified voice and advocate on behalf of critical education issues. The conference brings together state education leaders, including NASSP State Coordinators; state principal association executive directors, officers, and staff; and volunteer advocates from around the country.
Save the date for the 2020 NASSP Advocacy Conference, March 23–25, 2020, in the Washington, D.C., metro area. Registration is free and open to principals, teachers, parents, or anyone willing to advocate for school leaders and the students they serve!
Official registration for the conference has not yet begun. To be notified when registration opens, please sign up below.
Have other questions? Contact Amanda N. Karhuse, director of advocacy for more information on registering for the 2020 NASSP Advocacy Conference.
NASSP is the leading organization and voice for middle level and high school principals, assistant principals, and school leaders from across the United States. NASSP connects and engages school leaders through advocacy, research, education, and student programs. Our goal is to advocate on behalf of the nation’s 115,000 school leaders to ensure the success of each student. As such, we believe it is our duty to bring the issues of the principalship to the halls of Congress, the U.S. Department of Education, the White House, and the national news media. Together, NASSP, school leaders, and our advocates nationwide play a vital role in crafting federal, state, and district policies that support the achievement and success of every student. It is critical that these decisions are informed by the experience and expertise of the nation’s school leaders.