PASPA has new benefits!
The PA Association of School Personnel Administrators and the PA Principals Association are proud to announce that a new partnership has been formed to benefit the members of both associations. Beginning in this membership year, our organizations will be sharing professional development opportunities and legislative, informational emails with each organization. It is our hope to create a grassroots effort to advocate for policies and practices that are of common interest and concern to our memberships.
Members of PASPA are invited to the PA Principals Association’s regional meetings for legislative updates free of charge, which are hosted across the state and designed to bring educational leaders together to learn about current issues and legislation. These meetings are also an opportunity to network with existing and new colleagues. Members of the PA Principals Association are able to participate in web-based presentations offered by PASPA at the member rate.
Updates on PA Principals Association program opportunities can be found in the Member Bonus section.
H.R. Questions Answered and HR Department Audits
Available only to members, John Knebl, PASPA Executive Director, will respond to questions and concerns during business hours, Monday - Friday.
Log in to find John's contact information in the Member Bonus section, or call the PASPA office.
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2019-20 Membership Form is Coming Soon!
By renewing now, you will continue to receive all of the benefits and professional services that PASPA has to offer. PASPA is the only broad-based, statewide organization dedicated to school personnel professionals. Join your fellow PASPA colleagues in schools throughout the state and renew your PASPA membership today!
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Archived webinars, handouts and articles:
Pennsylvania budget deal boosts education spending, holds line on minimum wage, taxes
Pennsylvania lawmakers said Monday they have struck a compromise on a spending plan that uses surplus dollars to spread around modest spending increases, hold the line on taxes and make a substantial deposit into a relatively bare budgetary reserve.
The Morning Call, June 24, 2019
No more snow days? Pa. schools may soon allow kids to work at home
In the near future, a snowy day may not translate into a day away from schoolwork.
PennLive, June 24, 2019
When it comes to grading teachers in Pa., test scores could carry less weight
Much like their students, public school teachers are evaluated for their performance. But student test scores may soon play a smaller role in how teachers are graded.
PennLive, June 24, 2019
A proposal to change Pa.’s teacher evaluation system is moving forward — without support from Philly’s union
A proposal to make Pennsylvania’s teacher evaluation system fairer to educators in high-poverty schools passed a key Senate committee hurdle on Tuesday without the support of the state’s most impoverished school district.
Pennsylvania Capital-Star, June 19, 2019
Governor vetoes $100M private schools bill in Pennsylvania
(Harrisburg) -- Governor Tom Wolf is vetoing budget-season legislation to substantially ramp up taxpayer support for private and religious schools in Pennsylvania.
WITF, June 18, 2019
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