NC Association of School Administrators
We are Your Advocate, Your Network, and Your System of Support in enhancing public education for student success!
NCASA gives NC school leaders a voice to help policymakers focus on the support needed to educate all K-12 students, the future of our state and nation.
NCASA connects school administrators for sharing best practices in educational leadership and builds bridges with state leaders to address issues facing schools and school districts.
NCASA provides top-notch professional development offering CEU credits toward licensure, timely updates on important education news, and legal and policy expertise to help school leaders navigate daily challenges in their work.
NCASA unites more than 7,000 members – including superintendents, principals, central office directors, and others involved in supporting K-12 education – for the common mission of ensuring student success through visionary leadership.
2023 Conference on Educational Leadership
NCASA 2023 School Leader Day At The Legislature
2023 School Law and Policy Symposium
2023 NCSSA Winter Conference
NCPAPA Fall Instructional Symposium
Most Recent News
NC Governor Releases 2023-2025 Budget Proposal
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper released his office’s 2023-2025 state budget proposal, entitled “First in Opportunity,” on Wednesday, signaling the beginning of the formal state budget process. The proposal makes major investments in education, including $4.5 billion to fully fund years 2,3,4, and 5 of the Leandro Comprehensive Remedial Plan, as well as significant employee pay increases.
House K-12 Education Committee Advances Remote Charter Academies, Arts Diploma Endorsement, & School Calendar Flexibility Bills
This week, the House K-12 Education Committee approved a bill authorizing the creation and oversight of remote charter academies, a bill creating an “arts proficiency” endorsement for high school diplomas, and several bills authorizing greater flexibility in school calendars.
Joint Education Committee Receives K-12 Budget Priorities, COVID Update
Members of the House and Senate Education Appropriations Committees continued meeting jointly this week and received two key reports regarding public school funding.
HB 219 To Shift More LEA Funds To Charters; Other K-12 Bills See Action This Week
The bill filing frenzy at the General Assembly continued this week with the introduction of House Bill 219, which is likely to renew a longstanding tug-of-war between LEAs and charter schools over funding.
Protect Our Students Legislation, Education Savings Account Changes, & Other Bill Action This Week
NCASA provides regular updates on legislation to keep you abreast of the topics you care about that affect K-12 public education. This article provides a synopsis of what is happening with a few of the more current topics education policy.
House Education Committee Passes Computer Science Graduation Requirement
The House K-12 Education Committee passed on Tuesday a revised version of House Bill 8, which requires students to take a computer science course as a new graduation requirement.
Our weekly newsletter.
NCASA offers a weekly e-newsletter EXCLUSIVELY to our members and affiliated partners as a valuable item of their annual membership. Below you can access one of our previous newsletters and read important news on education happening at state and national levels. Find out more about our membership levels here.