Safe2Say Something Program update

In accordance with Act 44 of 2018, the Office of the Attorney General’s Safe2Say Something Program has launched its training for school entities and 911 emergency dispatch centers to be trained on the new Safe2Say Something application, which will be fully implemented January 14, 2019… More

Workshop your challenges at Board Presidents Panel

You face many challenges as a school leader. Take advantage of the opportunity to share scenarios and workshop real solutions at Board Presidents Panel. A PSBA-moderated panel of school leaders will discuss the most pressing challenges facing PA public schools and help discover solutions to issues you face… More

Podcast: The diverse benefits of online learning

In this podcast recorded recently at the 2018 PASA-PSBA School Leadership Conference, host Annette Gray covers online learning and the way it can further in and out of classroom learning for customized, maximized instructional support… More

Office of the Attorney General to discuss Safe2Say Something program in Nov. 20 webcast on school safety

Get your questions about Act 44 implementation answered in this hour-long live webcast, School Safety Update. Representatives from the Office of the Attorney General will discuss the Safe2Say Something program that schools are required to implement in January and take questions in a Q&A period.  Learn more… More

New salary study available – 2016-17 school management salaries

Each year, the PSBA research staff prepares this study to provide a detailed analysis of school management salaries. Public school salaries used to compile this study were reported to the Pennsylvania Department of Education for the 2016-17 school year… More

PSBA Extends Sympathy to Family and Friends of Dolores McCracken

Dolores McCracken, president of the Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA) has passed away yesterday (November 13). PSBA offers its sincere condolences to her family, friends, and close colleagues… More

Keystone Education Radio discusses financial literacy for students

This episode focuses on financial literacy for students. Host Annette Gray is joined by Mid Penn Bank’s Director of Education and Development Scott Bostjancic and Retail Market Manager Amanda Brigaman (pictured from left to right). The discussion centers around the distinct needs and wants of the current student population, pertaining to banking and accessibility… More

Build on finance, policy, board culture skills at Applied School Director Training

Three convenient locations in December and January Take the next step in your professional development with Applied School Director Training… More

PSBA survey reveals board operations, community engagement and student representation

The PSBA Research Inquiry on School Board Operations is conducted every three years to compile information on how Pennsylvania public school boards operate, engage the community and provide opportunities for student representation. The 2018 survey results were recently published in the September/October issue of PSBA Bulletin… More

Equity Summit recap

On Oct. 16 students, school leaders and other education stakeholders, including PSBA members, gathered at Lebanon Valley College (LVC) for the 2018 Equity Summit held by the Institute for Educational Governance and Leadership (IEGL). In addition to keynotes by Dr. Sherri Lawson Clark and Dr… More