8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Improving Student and Teacher Learning through Ed Camp
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Improving Student and Teacher Learning Through PA Principals' Ed Camps
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Improving Student and Teacher Learning Through PA Principals Ed Camp
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM HR Boot Camp: Hiring and Onboarding (#3 in a series of 3)
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Improving Student and Teacher Learning through PA Principals Ed Camp
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM EPASPA/PASPA Webinar: Unemployment Compensation
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM PA Educational Leadership Summit
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 Consultant, 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.
A Commonwealth Court judge has set a trial date for a landmark case that seeks to overhaul how Pennsylvania pays for public schools.
Philly.com, December 7, 2018
Wolf creates commission to study redistricting
Democratic Governor Tom Wolf is establishing a bipartisan panel tasked with finding ways to make the redistricting process in Pennsylvania more fair. The governor on Thursday signed an executive order to create the Pennsylvania Redistricting Reform Commission.
WITF, Nov. 29, 2018
A more complex world for today's school nurses
In reality, school nurses do a lot more than deal with tummy aches and kids faking headaches to get out of gym class or a math test. It's a complicated, stressful, busy life making sure students -- as well as teachers and administrators -- are healthy and ready to learn.
Reading Eagle, Nov. 24, 2018
Court to determine if PA schools are liable for ongoing bullying
In a case with statewide implications, plaintiffs will argue before Commonwealth Court today that school districts should be subject to the state's anti-discrimination law when failing to intercede when students are harassed by peers based on classifications such as race, gender, religion and sexual orientation.
WHYY, Nov. 13, 2018
33rd Annual Conference
PASPA: We've Got You Covered!
February 27-March 1, 2019
Sheraton Harrisburg Hershey Hotel
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Allegheny Intermediate Unit, Coordinator of Facilities, Maintenance, and Logistics
Central Bucks School District, Assistant Superintendent of Assessment, Professional Development, and Educational Services
Upper Darby School District, Superintendent
Souderton Area School District, Director of Business Affairs