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The National School Public Relations Association has announced two open positions on its staff. One is for a full-time, onsite communications specialist, and the other is for a part-time, fully remote communication audit coordinator. Applications are due by Friday, Aug. 20, 2021.

NSPRA provides a variety of resources to assist members with their school communications related to issues of equity, diversity and race relations. Many of the resources are developed by association members, including volunteers serving on the Communication Equity and Diversity Task Force. 

The political events and images of rioters storming the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, reached schools and homes across the nation and beyond. In its wake, education leaders may be grappling with crafting communications to share their school districts' perspectives with students, families and employees on important issues that have emerged from these events.

The National School Public Relations Association offers a variety of resources to assist public school leaders and school PR professionals during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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John Draper Speaking Opportunities for NSPRA Members

NSPRA Members get at least a 10% discount on presentations from Dr. John Draper. His “Crucial Conversations About America’s Schools” was an NSPRA keynote and resonates with all employees. Read more...