Americans trust principals to care about others, provide fair and accurate information, and handle resources responsibility. A Pew Research Center survey shows that Americans have an even higher trust for school leaders than police, military leaders, and less surprisingly, journalists and members of Congress. This trust brings tremendous credibility when advocating for students, teachers, learning, and your school. (more…)
Influence NASSP Policies by Commenting on Position Statements
Last week, the NASSP Board of Directors approved a new position statement on the nationwide teacher shortage. The board also chose teacher leadership, privatization, and teacher quality as topics for future position statements. As these statements are drafted and go through the approval process, NASSP will be seeking your opinions. (more…)
NASSP Position Statements
The NASSP Board of Directors has stated its intent to adopt position statements on A-F School Grading Systems and Online Learning. Following a 30-day public comment period, the board will vote to approve the position statements at its next meeting in May. If you have any comments or suggestions, please submit them to Amanda Karhuse, director of advocacy, at email@example.com by Thursday, March 24.
Inside the Beltway (more…)
The NASSP Board of Directors has stated its intent to adopt two new position statements on A-F school grading systems and online learning. The position statements outline guiding principles for NASSP’s advocacy and recommendations to federal, state, and local policymakers. Following a 30-day public comment period, the board will vote to approve the position statements at its next meeting in May. You can view summaries of the statements and link to them in their entirety below.