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Missouri Education Advocates: The Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals

 

 

Name: The Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals

About: The National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP), founded in 1921, is a professional organization serving elementary and middle school principals and other education leaders throughout the United States, Canada, and overseas.

MAESP is the only statewide association in Missouri that exists for the purpose of serving the needs of elementary and middle school principals, assistant principals and those educators with an interest in becoming principals.

MAESP is a statewide professional association that has grown to include over 1,000 school administrators. The services provided by MAESP to its membership have also increased as members have identified and approved long-range plans incorporating key services.

Understanding the needs, concerns, and problems of elementary and middle school principals, MAESP offers extensive support, expert counsel and proven solutions. (Source)

Number of Employees: 3

Executive Director: Dr. Michael Schooley

Website: http://www.MAESP.com/

Social Media Sites:
Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals on Facebook
National Association of Elementary School Principals on YouTube
National Association of Elementary School Principals on LinkedIn
National Association of Elementary School Principals on Twitter

Legislation & Advocacy:
Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals Legislative Platform & Priorities
National Association of Elementary School Principals Advocacy Program

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NAESP Advocacy Priorities:

  • Secure federal funding for professional development and mentoring programs that will strengthen principals' knowledge of early childhood education.
  • Require models of school improvement reform to judge principals based on training, expertise, and time afforded in the school building rather than simply relying on student assessment scores.
  • Ensure that the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) draws from the experiences of local principals and educators who know students best. (Source)

This post is part of a running series called “Missouri Education Advocates,” which is designed to highlight the professional education organizations in Missouri that work on public education legislation and advocacy. These short and sweet features highlight basic information about some of Missouri’s leading education organizations.

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