Last week, the new members of NASSP’s Student Leadership Advisory Committee came to our nation’s capital for their first annual meeting and to attend the 2018 DC Leadership Experience and Development (LEAD) Conference. At the meeting and conference, the new committee learned how to be advocates for their schools, their communities, and their generation. As a member of NASSP’s advocacy team, I had the pleasure of working with these incredible young people throughout the week, and I believe we learned as much from them as they did from us. (more…)
Guest post by Brad Seamer
All principals are proud of their schools. Why shouldn’t we be? We dedicate a tremendous amount of time and effort to providing the best possible learning environment for all of our students. We work closely with the amazing teachers on our staff to provide an essential education for young people to be successful and productive citizens.
As proud principals, I believe we have an obligation to share our success stories with our elected officials at the state level and in Washington, D.C. (more…)