During last week’s virtual 2020 NASSP Members Assembly, Gregg Wieczorek, principal of Arrowhead Union High School in Hartland, WI, was elected to serve as the NASSP’s new president-elect. He will succeed Maryland Principal Roberty Motley as president on August 1, 2021. (more…)
Having attended National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) annual conferences nearly every year since 1979, I can easily attest to the adaptive nature of our national organization to provide quality sessions that present innovative approaches, inspiring speakers, and valuable opportunities to network with diverse colleagues facing similar and different challenges. (more…)
Comment on NASSP’s Position Statement on Teacher Shortage
One of the most difficult tasks principals face is staffing their schools with effective teachers who can help every student achieve to his or her greatest potential. Unfortunately, recent reports point to a growing teacher shortage nationwide. NASSP has released a new Teacher Shortage Position Statement to help address the problem and provide recommendations for policymakers and school leaders to help find new solutions. (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…)