(core affiliate funded through NCASA)
The North Carolina School Superintendents’ Association was formed in 2005 to support the local superintendents of the 115 public school districts in the state. The organization provides professional development for aspiring and current school district superintendents and unites them as a definitive voice for adequate resources and good public policies that uplift and enhance public education for 1.4 million students served statewide.
(core affiliate funded through NCASA)
Since 1976, the North Carolina Principals and Assistant Principals’ Association has supported principals, assistant principals, and aspiring school leaders with professional growth opportunities and a unified voice advocating for strong and effective public schools in the state. The organization serves more than 5,000 school leaders from all 115 public school districts in North Carolina.
NCASBO is an association comprised of personnel with responsibilities in the financial operations of public schools across North Carolina. The group includes finance officers, accounts payable personnel, purchasing officers, internal auditors, budget specialists, payroll personnel, system operators, fixed asset officers, Department of Public Instruction staff members, and others responsible for safeguarding the funds of public schools. They are affiliated with business associates who support the organization’s objectives and share commercially interest in the field of school business management.
NCCASE is a professional educational organization affiliated with the Council for Exceptional Children and the North Carolina Association of School Administrators. The organization’s mission is to provide leadership and support to special education administrators and educators by influencing policies and practices that impact the quality of special education and related services for students with disabilities or other exceptionalities in North Carolina.
The Administrators’ Division of the North Carolina Association for Career Technical Education Administrators (NCACTEA) unifies administrators who lead Career-Technical Education services in school districts across the state. The division focuses on initiating, improving, and promoting Career and Technical Education as part of their statewide professional organization that has multiple divisions open to other educators dedicated to quality CTE services that help prepare students for careers and life.
The North Carolina Association of Federal Education Program Administrators is committed to providing quality services to empower educators and effectively serve educationally disadvantaged children in North Carolina. The organization, made up of individuals who oversee federal funding and programmatic support in NC’s public schools, serves as a voice and strong advocate for improving educational opportunities for all students.
The North Carolina Professors of Educational Leadership unite professionals from the Schools of Education in North Carolina’s institutions of higher education. A state affiliate of the International Council of Professors of Educational Leadership, NCPEL is committed to the practice and study of educational administration and serving the interests and needs of professors of educational administration and practicing school leaders.
The North Carolina Pupil Transportation Association brings together people interested in the betterment of public-school transportation in North Carolina. The association strives to incorporate higher standards in the operation and maintenance of school transportation and aid in securing and maintaining professional improvements of its members.
The mission of the North Carolina School Public Relations Association is to build support for public education through well-planned and responsible public relations. Its members are the Public Information Officers and other professionals who daily lead communications and related work in school districts across the state.
NCTIES is a membership association for educators and educator leaders engaged in advancing excellence in learning and teaching through the effective use of technology. As the North Carolina ISTE affiliate, it provides leadership in educational communications and technology by linking all who hold a common interest in the use of educational technology and its application to the learning process.
Personnel Administrators of North Carolina is a membership organization serving the needs of school human resources professionals by providing the most essential and comprehensive training and resources available. PANC promotes the HR profession to ensure it is recognized as a partner in developing and administering all tenets of the total school program.