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AFSA Helps Launch New Student Grief Resource for Educators

On Tuesday, January 13, the Coalition to Support Grieving Students released the first-ever bereavement resource for educators. In a groundbreaking initiative to reach the millions of grieving students nationwide, the innovative multimedia resource, grievingstudents.org, is designed to empower educators and school professionals in their efforts to support grieving students. Grief has been proven to have a negative impact on a […]

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United in Leading the Way to Better Schools

As the school leaders responsible for ensuring the education of all our nation’s children, principals and administrators regularly find ourselves contending with ever-changing experiments imposed on us by local, state and federal policymakers, often without regard for the training necessary to implement these programs.

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School Leaders Need a Stronger Voice in Education Reform Says Principals’ Union

WASHINGTON—Greater input from school leaders is essential for quality education reform, said a leading principals’ union today in a letter to Senators addressing the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). The American Federation of School Administrators, AFL-CIO, voiced its support for many of the initiatives included in the Senate’s answer to reauthorizing ESEA, the Strengthening America’s Schools […]

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National Bullying Prevention Month: 5 Ways to Stop Bullying

National Bullying Prevention Month: 5 Ways to Stop Bullying

Each day school leaders play a major role in working to ensure all of our nation’s students are provided with the opportunity they need to learn in a safe environment. Along with a firm commitment to improving school safety, we, as school leaders are committed to decreasing the number of students affected each year by bullying. In recognition of National […]

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