The Pennsylvania Administrator
The Pennsylvania Administrator is the PA Principals Association’s award-winning, professional, educational magazine. It is published in the Winter, Spring and Fall.
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NEW ARTICLE SPECIFICATIONS!
Effective immediately: Submissions that are sent to us as scholarly papers (dissertations) will be returned for a rewrite before being reviewed by the Editorial Review Board. In addition, articles that are determined to require extensive editing, or are not in APA style, will also be returned for revisions before being considered for publication.
Article Specifications: Articles should be written in magazine article format and geared to our target audience of mainly building principals and assistant principals in Pennsylvania. Articles should be no longer than 1,500 words and must be submitted as a Word document with little or no formatting. Articles must be written/formatted using APA Style. A biographical sketch in written (paragraph) format and a professional, high resolution (300 dpi is preferred), color photograph of the author(s) (saved as a JPEG file) must accompany all articles.
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Legal Corner – The Pennsylvania Administrator, Vol. 17, No. 3, September 2013: Responding to Complaints — Best Practices – by Michael I. Levin, Esq., PA Principals Association General Counsel
Click here for the Sample Letter reference in the article.
Click here for the continuation of the End Notes (10-21).
Click here to view and print Appendix 1 from the Legal Corner column, “Improvement Plans and Ratings — Applying Progressive Discipline Rules to New School Code Requirements,” by Mike Levin, Esq., in the February 2013 PA Administrator magazine. It is referred to in the article.
Click here to view and print Chart/Figure 2 from the article, “What School Administrators Think About Their School Library Programs,” by Debra Kachel on pages 33-35 of the September 2012 Pennsylvania Administrator magazine.
Click here to view and print the “Rules Pertaining to Electronic Device Usage” from the most recent Legal Corner column by Mike Levin, Esq., in the May 2012 PA Administrator magazine. It is referred to in the end notes.