9:30 AM NCASA Board of Directors Meeting
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM NCSSA Executive Board 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.
In an effort to consolidate our news sources to one user-friendly and all-inclusive location, we have moved the Legislative Link to our homepage at www.ncasa.net/news. While we sort out finishing touches, members will still have full access to the original link, ending April 30, 2018. However, we encourage members to begin using the new version of Legislative Link here. The new and improved news outlet can be navigated by topic and issue on the left-hand side of the website. NCASA will maintain our Daily Discussion blog, which provides members with a brief insight in to the daily happenings at the General Assembly and other state agencies that impact public education, and has also been relocated to our website and can be found here. For any questions or for help navigating the website, please contact NCASA’s Government Affairs and Communications Specialist Jacqueline Wyatt at email@example.com or (919) 828-1426.
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.
Coston Daugherty has been named the 2018 NCVPS Online Teacher of the Year. NCVPS is extremely proud of her excellence in teaching as well as her leadership during her tenure with the organization.
The recent passage of the budget is welcome news to many educators who feared that after-school and summer programming would be slashed in the budget.
High school graduation rates have soared across the country over the last decade, accompanied by the cheers of educators and lawmakers alike.