10:00 AM NCSSA Board of Directors Meeting
NCASA was formed in 1976 as the only professional organization in the state dedicated to serving the entire administrative leadership team in each of North Carolina’s public schools and districts, unifying administrator groups across the state. Access world class professional development, benefit from first-class legislative advocacy, and let us serve you and your team.
Join us in Concord April 19-20, 2018
With a record number of breakout sessions, and the addition of a third General Session focused on legislative affairs, you don't want to miss this year's line up as we explore "The Magic of Inspirational Leadership." With Keynote Sessions from inspirational Dave Weber and "the ex-Disney guy" John Formica, we hope you'll take home a little magic of your own!
For the latest news and registration visit www.ncasa.net/conference.
Questions? Email NCASA Assistant Executive Director Anne Strickland.
New Staff Join NCASA Team to Support NC School Leaders
2018 begins a new year with some changes to the North Carolina Association of School Administrators (NCASA) team, which provides support services in the areas of communications, advocacy and professional development to public school leaders across the state. New team members include Kara Hamilton, Development and Marketing Manager; Lucy Kucmierz, Member Services Manager; and Jacqueline Wyatt, Government Affairs and Communications Specialist replaces Adam Pridemore, who has joined the staff of the N.C. Association of County Commissioners as Legislative Counsel.
Rhonda Jernigan, former Executive Assistant, announced her retirement effective December 31, 2017 but is continuing to support the work of NCASA as an independent contractor assisting with the training and transition of new team members and planning for the organization’s Annual Conference on Educational Leadership to be held April 19-20 in Concord.
NCASA welcomes these new team members and looks forward to continuing to provide North Carolina’s school leaders with the high-quality support services that you need and deserve from your professional umbrella association. Click here to read more.
NC Regional Teachers Of The Year Named; Nine In The Running For State Title Staff | The Department Of Public Instruction Nine teachers from across North Carolina have been selected as the state’s regional Teachers of the Year for their dedication, innovation and ability to inspire students to achieve.
STEMx, a national network of STEM proponents, recently announced that North Carolina State Representative Graig Meyer (D-Orange), has been appointed as the chair their prestigious STEMx Fellows.
The 2008 recession may seem like a long time ago, hitting before Barack Obama began his presidency, but public elementary, middle and high schools around the country are still feeling the pinch from it. The good news is that the most recent federal data showed a significant upsurge in state and local education spending in the 2014-15 school year – one that, if it persists, could eventually restore four earlier years of deep budget cuts.
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights is urging Congress to take “bold action” to address inequitable funding in the country’s public school system, publishing Thursday a sweeping report examining how K-12 funding negatively impacts the educational opportunities of low-income students and students of color.