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Keep up to date on happenings in the education space with help from WASSP. Below are the latest articles for your review. 

Spring/Summer Newsletter

Brad Neuendorf, principal of Lander Valley High School, has been named the 2018 WASSP Principal of the Year by the Wyoming Association of Secondary School Principals. Neuendorf will join his fellow state principals of the year from across the country for consideration as 2019 National Principal of the Year, in a program conducted by the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP).

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Principal Evaluation Now Available

WASSP is pleased to provide you with the final document, Rethinking Principal Evaluation: A New Paradigm Informed by Research and Practice. This report was developed by the NAESP/NASSP Principal Evaluation Committee working in partnership with Matt Clifford, senior scientist at the American Institutes for Research, and Steven Ross, professor of education at the Center for Research and Reform at Johns Hopkins University. The report was released recently at a joint NAESP/NASSP briefing on Capitol Hill and will be available for download at both the NAESP and NASSP websites.

It is time for a new framework for evaluating principals’ performance – one that reflects the complexity of the job, measures leadership competencies required for student and school success, and seeks out insight and experience that only practicing principals can bring to the conversation. This report does just that - brings the voice of principals squarely into the dialogue on what principal evaluation systems need to look like. NAESP and NASSP recommend states and districts consider the elements presented in this first of a kind document when adapting or building principal evaluation systems.


Ask The WASSP Network

Have a question that you would like to pose to the principal organizations in Wyoming? WASSP and WAEMSP would be happy to send your question out to the membership. No question is too small or unimportant. Thank you for reaching out!

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