Our kids deserve great schools. Our communities want great schools. Our country needs great schools.
Great schools come from great leadership.
Education Leader, NASS Executive Committee member and former Superintendent Jim Capolupo speaks about the many reasons to join NASS.
NASS is dedicated to advancing our members' success and promoting their profession. We believe in them and their collective energy, knowledge, and expertise is our key resource.
The growing superintendent's resource collection is centered on the job’s unique needs and challenges. It offers the means to boost achievement, including solutions to problems that waste time; tools and tips for improving management; sample documents and strategies for more effective leadership, innovative programs and ideas, and much more.
Project Lead is our nation-wide grassroots campaign for meaningful educational reform. Together educators can restore confidence in our leadership and position ourselves to bring about the organized, rational, well-founded, and sustainable long-range policies our kids, our communities and our country so desperately want and need.
Every day superintendents across the US are achieving amazing things. We envision what 17,000 superintendents can do together.
Kansas seeing record turnover among school superintendents Wichita Eagle Theresa Davidson recently retired from the Emporia school district after 13 years – the past six as superintendent – saying the decision was “emotional and difficult,” but that it was the right time to start a new chapter in her life. ▫ Some veteran ...
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Illinois superintendent Jill Gildea says the camaraderie of members is what makes the National Organization of School Superintendents special.
State House candidates fixated on education, economy in North County MyPalmBeachPost “I can hit the ground running because I've been working with them for the last six years,” he told The Palm Beach Post editorial board July 21, noting he helped broker a solution when Palm Beach Gardens and the Palm Beach County School District were at ...
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ACSA: Our new partner in superintendent advocacy
The Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) is the gold standard of professional organizations. It is the largest umbrella organization for school leaders in the nation, with more than 17,000 members.
This exciting partnership promises to take efforts to advance superintendents’ success and promote the profession to the next level as well as dramatically increase capacity to advance Project Lead.
We are inviting all state, regional, and local organizations to join us because together we can be stronger and we can more effectively serve our members and our country’s kids.