Gov. Tom Corbett unveiled his proposed 2011-12 state budget today. According to a PDE press release, the education budget continues to provide the necessary resources for basic education while reshaping… Read More
Spokespersons for the Pennsylvanians Opposed to Vouchers expressed disappointment in the vote by a legislative committee in support of voucher legislation. The coalition said the vote by the Senate Education… Read More
The Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) and the Educational Testing Service (ETS) are developing a new Praxis Series TM licensure assessment for entry-level Pennsylvania Grade 4-8 teachers. A licensure assessment… Read More
Check out the Patriot-News article by Jan Murphy, Feb. 4, 2011.
Senators Jeff Piccola (R-Dauphin), the chairman of the Senate Education Committee, and Sen. Anthony Williams (D-Philadelphia) have formally introduced legislation to create a taxpayer-funded tuition voucher program. The bill is… Read More
Governor-elect Tom Corbett has selected his nominee to lead the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Ronald J. Tomalis is currently director of Dutko Worldwide/Whiteboard Advisers. He is an education consultant with… Read More
Subscribing to the new RSS feed will keep you updated on the latest publicly available content added to the PA Principals Association web site. In order to see the latest… Read More
Mark Your Calendar – PA Principals Association’s First Ever “Principals’ Advocacy Day” – April 15, 2011!
PA Principals Association is encouraging its members to reserve time on Friday, April 15, 2011 to contact their state representative and/or senator to increase awareness of issues affecting school principals… Read More
Open Board Positions for 2011 PA Principals Association Election — PA Principals Association Election – March 21 – April 1, 2011
Dr. Joan Crouse, a former PA Principals Association board member and the director of literacy and ESL services for the Conewago Valley S.D. in New Oxford, Pa., has been appointed… Read More
Acting Secretary of Education Thomas Gluck has announced that his last day at the Pennsylvania Department of Education will be Friday, December. Starting in January, he will be employed as… Read More