Advocacy Toolkit

Help Spread the Word!

Leveraging social media is a powerful way to get the word out about the importance of principal leadership.

Use these sample posts and graphics to get started. Make sure you use #ThankAPrincipal on your posts!

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Stand with me in support of principal and teacher retention during National Principals Month and support the #PREPAct! Contact your member of Congress today and ask them to endorse the PREP Act, S. 752. http://bit.ly/2ms51GB #ThankAPrincipal

I support #PREPAct, S. 752! Sponsored by @timkaine & @SenatorCollins, this act would address teacher and principal shortages with a focus on rural communities to ensure each child has access to excellent educators. Show support here: http://bit.ly/2ms51GB #ThankAPrincipal

Join me in supporting the #PREPAct, S. 752! Contact your members of Congress today and urge them to support research-based policies like those in the #PREPAct and include its key provisions in any HEA reauthorization proposal. http://bit.ly/2ms51GB #ThankAPrincipal

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This month is National Principals Month, and now is the time to make our voice of heard on Capitol Hill! Congress is currently working on a major overhaul and reauthorization of the Higher Education Act. Join me in support by calling your congressional member today and urging them to support S. 752 the #PREPAct. http://bit.ly/2m4Bp1C #ThankAPrincipal

Teacher and principal shortages are on the rise! Help do something about this problem by calling your member of Congress today and asking them to support the Preparing and Retaining Education Professionals (PREP) Act, S. 752! http://bit.ly/2m4Bp1C #ThankAPrincipal

Senators Tim Kaine (D-VA) and Susan Collins (R-ME) sponsored the #PREPAct, which addresses the teacher & principal shortages with a focus on rural communities and ensures each child has access to excellent educators. Help me support this act by calling your members of Congress and asking them to endorse the #PREPAct. http://bit.ly/2m4Bp1C #ThankAPrincipal

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Take Action to Support Principals Everywhere
Did you know that 1 in 5 principals leave the profession each year? Such inconsistent leadership results in ineffective education for our nation’s students and increasing dissatisfaction among our school leaders—and it’s time we come together to change it. Fight with us with us today as we hold our Hill Day Event during National Principals Month and join fellow principals and advocates from the across the country—many of whom are gathering today on Capitol Hill for NASSP’s Capitol Hill Day event—to support the Preparing and Retaining Education Professionals (PREP) Act. Take action against principal and teacher shortages and contact your policymaker today!