9:00 AM State Superintendent's Quarterly
6:00 PM NCSSA Board of Directors Meeting
10:00 AM State Superintendent's Quarterly
Jack Hoke, NCSSA Executive Director
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September 14 | Southeast RESA | New Bern
October 13 | Western RESA | Asheville
November 8 | Northeast RESA | Kitty Hawk
December 13 | Central Carolina RESA | Raleigh
February 2 | Piedmont Triad Educational Consortium | UNC Greensboro
January 12 | Sandhills RESA | Carthage
January 17 | Northwest RESA | Wilkesboro
March 9 | Southwest RESA | UNC Charlotte
Interested in speaking at NCASA's Annual Conference on Leadership?
NCASA has launched their formal Request for Proposals for breakout session speakers at the 2018 Conference on Educational Leadership. The theme this year is "The Magic of Inspirational Leadership" -- and 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.
Proposals will be accepted through Wednesday, October 18. Click here for more information, or download the Proposal Form directly. For the latest news and registration (coming soon!) visit www.ncasa.net/conference. Questions? Email NCASA Assistant Executive Director Anne Strickland.
The House Select Committee on School Safety held its first meeting Wednesday and began an in-depth review of current safety measures already in place for NC’s public schools as well as the mental health challenges that often precede violence either on a school campus or in local communities.
House and Senate education and chamber leaders unveiled legislation that includes an extended phase-in process and full funding for enhancement teachers to address statewide concerns from public school leaders about the existing class size requirements in Grades K-3. Katherine Joyce, Executive Director of the North Carolina Association of School Administrators (NCASA), stood in support of the legislation at its unveiling to the public and in committee hearings.
House bill 90 became law on March 16, 2018 in the absence of the Governor Roy Cooper’s veto.
The newly created Professional Educator and Standards Commission, charged with making recommendations to the State Board of Education about all aspects of teacher preparation, licensure, continuing education and standards of conduct, convened for its initial meeting this week.