NASSP Unveils a New Logo, Broader Focus
The changes speak to emerging leadership trends—and economics
The National Association of Secondary School Principals launched a new logo and, with it, a new focus on teacher leaders and others who have leadership responsibilities in schools, even if they don’t have the title of principal.
NASSP, based in Reston, Va., unveiled the change at its yearly convention last week. The old NASSP logo intentionally put the word “principals” front and center, but Executive Director Gerald N. Tirozzi said that as school leadership has become more complex, it makes sense to focus attention on all the personnel who keep a school running.
“We’re going to be much more aggressive in looking at teacher leaders and instructional...
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