The 2020-21 state budget: Maintain investments for education

School leaders ask that the General Assembly maintain investments for public education in the 2020-21 state budget without reductions in basic education, special education and other state subsidies… More

Bulletin magazine released in new format

Be sure to open tomorrow’s Daily EDition newsletter for access to the latest Bulletin magazine! Due to changes prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic, this edition of the Bulletin will be released in digital format only and will debut our new online magazine platform. This platform allows enhanced interactivity and resources and ease of use… More

2020 State of Education report released, print copies mailed

In its fourth year, the State of Education report is now available digitally on PSBA.org. This year’s report presents a unique look at the public education landscape pre-coronavirus, with a 65% response rate to a survey conducted before the pandemic outbreak, providing key findings on cyber programs, special education and budget pressures… More

Podcast available — The Impacts of Screen-Time: Teaching Teens to Cope

On a newly released episode of Keystone Education Radio, Podcast Host Annette Stevenson is joined Dr. Delaney Ruston, a physician and documentary filmmaker who has studied and documented stress, anxiety and depression among teens in the digital age… More

Signs among ways to honor Erie-area high school seniors

Starting Thursday, the principal and teachers at Millcreek Township’s McDowell High School are honoring the school’s 470 seniors by placing signs in each of their yards… More

Join Paul Brandus for the second installment of the Keynote Webinar Series

Last week, PSBA members had the privilege of hearing from Chuck Underwood, a pioneer in the field of generational studies. Underwood took attendees through the events that influenced the core values of the Greatest Generation… More

Philly teachers are being asked to donate their stimulus checks to the needy, including some colleagues

With steady paychecks and the ability to work from home, teachers are among the workers likely to fare better during the COVID-19 pandemic and related economic downturn… More

Hanover Area announces preliminary plans for drive-in graduation

The Hanover Area School District has notified parents that a modified graduation “ceremony” will be held at the Garden Drive-In. Students will remain in their cars with family at the drive-in, lined up in alphabetical order. They will receive their diplomas and the image “will be cast on the large screen… More

Keynote Webinar Series scholarship recipient announced

Yesterday, during the first installment of the Keynote Webinar Series with Chuck Underwood,  Methacton School District received a $1,250 scholarship that the district's school board can award to a graduating senior… More

Shutdown forces Midstate elementary school to get creative

Lori Suski, Superintendent of Middletown Area School District, says every student grades K-12 will have access to a one-on-one device. Suski says the plan to distribute iPads was in the works since the closure first began on March 16… More