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This partnership will give our members the opportunity to engage in world-class leadership development content, further equipping them with highly developed competencies and effective strategies directly applicable to their schools. NCPAPA and FranklinCovey’s partnership will provide additional professional growth opportunities to school leaders that will allow them and their schools to thrive in an ever-changing leadership environment. Future professional development opportunities to look forward to include exclusive trainings focused on the 4 Essential Roles of Leadership and The Speed of Trust. 


For nearly three decades, FranklinCovey Education has been one of the world’s most prominent and trusted providers of educational leadership programs and transformational processes. FranklinCovey’s programs, books, and content have been utilized by thousands of public and private primary, secondary, and post-secondary schools and institutions, including educational service centers and vocational schools in all 50 states within the United States and in over 150 countries.


In existence since 1976, the North Carolina Principals and Assistant Principals’ Association (NCPAPA) is the preeminent organization and state voice for principals, assistant principals and aspiring school leaders. NCPAPA was established with the firm belief that strong, positive school leadership is the determining factor in the quality of a child’s public education in North Carolina. Today NCPAPA represents over 5500 members from across NC. Grounded in its vision to be the job-embedded, professional development entity of choice for school leaders, NCPAPA is the primary provider for statewide principal and assistant principal leadership development. NCPAPA takes pride in its reputation for creating and providing high quality, timely professional growth opportunities focused on research-based leadership practices and improvement science. NCPAPA’s professional development is designed to be applied directly to the leaders’ schools, thereby simultaneously improving their schools as well as their competencies and skills as distinguished school leaders.