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President Obama praised NASSP's commitment to raising awareness and understanding of mental health issues and their impact on youth. At the National Conference on Mental Health, the White House issued a brief fact sheet that highlighted NASSP's specific commitment to "call on its 25,000 members—middle and high school principals and assistant principals from across the country—to hold an assembly on mental health awareness by the end of 2013." Read more.
Results of a new NASSP survey of nearly 750 middle and high school principals demonstrate that President Obama's new ConnectEd initiative to increase broadband Internet access to schools across the country over the next five years aligns with students’ needs for improved connectivity. Three-quarters of respondents agreed that improved broadband access would allow students to engage in more powerful learning activities. Read more about the survey results.
Since 1921, NASSP has been committed to the ongoing development of student leaders through its NHS, NJHS, NEHS and NASC student programs.
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