The North Carolina School Superintendents' Association (NCSSA) and the North Carolina Alliance for School Leadership Development (NCASLD) Announce Recipients of the Dr. Samuel Houston Jr. Leadership Award
This annual award is presented to graduates of the North Carolina School Superintendents' Association and the North Carolina Alliance for School Leadership Development's Aspiring Superintendent Program, a program which is designed to empower transformational education leaders for North Carolina’s public schools.
Congratulations to the recipients of Dr. Samuel Houston Jr. Leadership Award:
Click above to view the members of Cohort V of the Aspiring Superintendent Program.
The following districts have hired members from the NCSSA Aspiring Superintendent Program that was started in the fall of 2016:
Join us December 2 - 3, 2021 at the Grandover Resort & Conference Center in Greensboro for the
Superintendents' Winter Leadership Conference.
The NC State Board of Education held its monthly meeting in Raleigh on October 6-7, featuring a presentation from Dr. Shirley Prince, Executive Director of the NC Principals and Assistant Principals Association.
Control measures are proven, long-standing, and well-established public health practices to prevent the spread of serious communicable diseases, such as measles, pandemic influenza, Ebola, varicella, Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), and COVID-19. In North Carolina, all persons are required by law to follow specific communicable disease control measures. In the administrative rules implementing this law, the Commission for Public Health prescribes the specific control measures for communicable diseases.
Due to the release of the NC House’s state education budget proposal last week, this month’s State Board of Education monthly summary was postponed until this week. The State Board of Education (SBE) held its monthly meeting on August 4-5. The pages that follow summarize highlights from the meeting and the Board’s actions for this month.
The House Committee on Education Appropriations this morning rolled out, and then later today approved, its amended proposal for funding and policy changes affecting K-12 schools, community colleges and universities for the biennium that began July 1. This is the first step in the delayed House budget process, and the chamber’s entire state budget proposal is expected to be unveiled Monday, undergo the full Appropriations Committee amendment process on Tuesday, and then face votes on the House floor Wednesday and Thursday.