PSBA provides relevant training on current issues facing school districts. Featured events are designed to support members as challenges emerge, shifts occur in state legislature compliance, or as a result of members’ feedback and requests.

Registration is available via The myPSBA member portal is your resource for event registrations, online learning and connecting with members statewide. Browse and view online learning courses and recorded webinars, and register for signature and featured events. Keep track of your course enrollment and your progress toward badges and certificates. Need to complete required training? Log onto myPSBA to see requirements specific to your role and to take courses.

To plan your educational event calendar a year in advance, check out the Year in Learning catalog.

Navigating Charter Authorization

Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Hershey Lodge and Convention Center, lunch provided

The responsibility for approving and evaluating brick-and-mortar charter schools rests with the school board as the local authorizing body. This day of training allows district leadership the chance to learn from experienced Pennsylvania school solicitors as well as others familiar with the authorizing, application review, and renewal processes. Attendees will be provided with actionable steps and useful tools for leading their district through review processes and charter negotiations to ensure district dollars are being used for high-quality educational options for students.

For more information, including pricing and registration, please visit

A Focused Foundation: School Design + Construction Planning

Hosted in partnership by PSBA and AIA Pennsylvania
March 31-April 1, 2020
Lancaster Marriott Hotel & Conference Center

A two-day joint conference, hosted by AIA Pennsylvania and PSBA bringing architects and school leaders together for conversation and learning on project management, energy efficient and healthy design, finances and funding, school safety and security, and best practices for K-12 construction.

More details to come.