NCASA is here to serve you.
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. We are an umbrella organization under which North Carolina school administrator groups are unified. Learn more about our affiliate partners, access world class professional development, and learn more about how we can serve you.
We are your advocate.
Membership guarantees representation and advocacy on your behalf. We represent the voice of school administrators on legislative and policy issues affecting public education in North Carolina. We have dedicated staff who devote themselves to providing non-partisan advocacy to represent your interests and promote strong public schools in the halls of the North Carolina General Assembly and before the Governor’s Office, State Board of Education, State Retirement System, State Health Plan and other policymaking entities. Find resources and access current legislative news, timely updates and critical alerts on our blog site, ncasalegislativelink.org, informing members of any action affecting public education.
We are your network.
Engage with your peers at one of our high quality professional development opportunities for all school administrators. We consistently deliver superior meetings, seminars, retreats and new-to-job orientations with engaging and thought-provoking speakers, informative administrator skill development sessions and extensive networking opportunities. We are proud to provide information and resources from supportive corporate partners on products and services that facilitate quality work in public education as well as collaboration with other respected education organizations and agencies.
We are your system of support.
NCASA contracts with experienced attorneys who provide legal training, the latest information on pertinent education topics, and even one-on-one consulting to help members determine next steps in employment-related disputes. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about representation.