The NASSP Policy & Advocacy Center is fueled by the grassroots activism of thousands of principals, school leaders, educators, and citizen advocates across the country. Our advocates stand up for federal and state policy that supports education leaders and enables them to create great schools that provide quality education for all students. To receive advocacy alerts, newsletters, conference information, and more, click the Sign Up button below.
NASSP State Coordinators are principals and assistant principals who serve as the lead volunteer advocate and primary point-of-contact for advocacy in all 50 states. They work in collaboration with NASSP and lawmakers to promote and support federal, state, and local policy that will benefit students, educators, and school leaders.
Interested in learning more about advocacy efforts in your state and getting involved? Click on your state in the map below to find your State Coordinator’s contact information.
Advocacy Champion of the Year
Presented annually at the NASSP Advocacy Conference, this award honors outstanding and significant contributions in advancing the policy agenda of NASSP and advocating on behalf of all school leaders to ensure the success of each student.
2020 Advocacy Champion of the Year
Dr. Erika Burden
Principal, Westwood Middle School—Spokane, WA
Middle Level State Coordinator for WA
Principal Advocate Champion
Every quarter, an outstanding advocate is recognized as the Principal Advocate Champion for their dedication and commitment to NASSP Policy & Advocacy Center campaigns and other initiatives in their schools and communities.
Current Principal Advocate Champion
Resources to Help You Advocate
Find resources for state affiliates or learn how to contact your own state principals organization.
Advocates on Twitter
Use the #PrincipalsAdvocate hashtag to share your advocacy efforts with the world.