Your invitation to explore the new myPSBA

The new myPSBA member portal is now live! The new portal is a one-stop shop for event registrations and offers many of the same features of your favorite social media platforms, with online discussion groups where members can communicate on topics related to their position in the district… More

Joint Statement on School Safety and Student Activism

The recent shooting in Florida has opened deep emotions for students, parents, teachers, and staff in school communities. Unlike any time in the past, students are taking a strong stand in the important debate surrounding school violence, and we salute their efforts to speak out by organizing peaceful protests… More

Guest Editorial: Arming teachers isn’t the way to keep students safe

The awful reality of the Stoneman Douglas High School slayings — 17 dead, 15 injured — has left the nation reeling. Our goal now should be to do whatever we can to keep our schools safe. Of course, people of goodwill can disagree about how to prevent more of these unspeakable killings. PennLive, Feb… More

Revised School Law Handbook available now

Have questions related to school law? PSBA's newly revised School Law Handbook has been updated by legal experts and features an easy-to-read Q&A format. The ebook version of the handbook is available for purchase on the Vital Source website… More

PSBA sends condolences to victims of Florida shooting

The Pennsylvania School Boards Association sends heartfelt condolences to the students, families and staff that have been impacted by the school shooting in Parkland, FL. Our thoughts also are with the many education professionals in Florida who are grappling with this terrible event… More

Letter: Pennsylvania School Boards Association calls for equity in education

The recently posted “50 worst schools in Pennsylvania” story that ran on PennLive on Jan. 29 was extremely misleading and detrimental to those districts placed on the list. While the editors may feel this type of story is helpful, it does nothing but tear down communities and foster bitterness., Feb… More

PSBA believes budget is positive move for public education

The Pennsylvania School Boards Association (PSBA) believes Governor Tom Wolf's proposed 2018-19 state budget is a positive move for the commonwealth's public schools. The proposed increases would continue desperately needed investments in the future of Pennsylvania… More

Welcome to the new look of!

We’re excited to launch a new website with a cleaner look and improved navigation to help you find the resources you want with even more ease… More

Transgender Legal Update (Jan. 22, 2018)

For many years, PSBA has urged its members to work with transgender students and their families to meet the needs of individual students and to provide them with a safe and supportive school environment… More

PSERS re-elects chairman and vice chairman

The board of trustees of the Public School Employees’ Retirement System (PSERS) has re-elected Melva Vogler as chairman of the PSERS’ board of trustees and Nathan Mains as vice chairman. Institutional Real Estate Inc., Jan… More