The Hotline Has a New Name

March 2005
Principal;Mar/Apr2005, Vol. 84 Issue 4, p50
The article reports that the National Association of Elementary Schools Principals (NAESP) has got a brand-new corporate sponsor--AOL@SCHOOL--and a brand-new name for its magazine: Ask-A-Principal. The new sponsor joins longtime partners Family Circle and the National Association of School Psychologists in enabling 150 volunteer principals and school psychologists to be "On Call for Kids" in Baltimore. These dedicated and enthusiastic professionals will donate two hours of their convention time to take calls from every state, Canada, and Puerto Rico, and answer e-mail inquiries submitted through the NAESP Web site.


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