Advocacy

NASS Policy and Advocacy 

NASS strives to tell public education's compelling story, including working to highlight school district's innovative and invaluable work for national, state and local media, as well important industry press. Our goal is to build greater awareness about public education's successes, including helping federal and state leaders better understand the important work schools provide to students, their families, and communities. 

NASS Federal Advocacy Committee

NASS is excited to announce its' new NASS Federal Advocacy Committee that will begin its' work in the fall of 2018 under the leadership of the NASS Board and assistance of the Federal Advocacy team, play a key role in all NASS advocacy efforts. Comprised of NASS superintendents across the country, the Committee will play a central role in developing the associations federal policy positions, which are the foundation of our advocacy efforts, and will lead our advocacy in Washington D.C. and within the Administration. Combined, these federal policy positions will make up the NASS Federal Advocacy Platform, which is a statement of goals, policies, and objectives that will be reviewed by NASS members and approved by the NASS Board annually.

The NASS Federal Advocacy Platform will be key to the memberships advocacy efforts throughout the 2018-19 school year and central to the 2018 NASS Federal Advocacy Conference in September 23-25, 2018 in Washington D.C. To register for the conference please go to the 2018 NASS Federal Advocacy Conference webpage.

Superintendents interested in serving on the NASS Federal Advocacy Committee for 2018-19 can contact info@nass.us.


2018 NASS Advocacy Efforts

2017 NASS Advocacy Efforts
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Foresight Law + Policy


Foresight Law + Policy is a firm based in Washington D.C. serving socially conscious public and private sector organizations and companies. We provide legal, policy, and communications services in the education reform, student data privacy, and education technology fields. Our firm also offers trusted, bipartisan direct advocacy on Capitol Hill and across the Federal Executive Branch, including practicing before the U.S. Department of Education, the Federal Communications Commission, and other agencies with responsibility for implementing education and human capital laws and programs. We routinely counsels clients about policy development, legislative drafting, lobbying, participation in significant rule-making proceedings, and conducting non-profit strategic planning.