NOVEMBER ADVOCACY UPDATE
AASA Statement: Annual PDK Poll Finds Most Americans Feel Teachers are Underpaid
“An overwhelming 78 percent of public school parents would support teacher strikes in their own communities if it meant higher pay as a result. According to the poll, two-thirds of Americans say teacher pay is too low. Meanwhile, for the first time in 50 years, a majority of Americans (54 percent) said they would not want their children to enter the teaching profession, citing poor pay and benefits.........Daniel A Domenech. Read the entire statement here.
AASA School Safety & Crisis Planning
Read AASA Releases Superintendent Salary Study by clicking here.
Click here for AASA I LOVE PUBLIC EDUCATION Toolkit!
We are pleased to share this video of our work together… thank you all for your leadership, participation, and commitment to serving each and every child.Special thanks to Jimmy Minichello for creating this video. Click here to watch now!
Read about School Voucher Tax Shelters by clicking here.
Click here to read about Public Funds for Public Schools Act.
AASA Unveils Online Resource Center on Equity click here to read the news release.
To learn more about how AASA works with school districts on breakfast implementation and the academic, social and behavioral outcomes for students, click here.
Click here for AASA Summary and Analysis of Trump's 2018 Proposed Budget.
School Districts and the Affordable Care Act Toolkit is here! Click here for more info!
The AASA Executive Summary of Cutting Medicaid: A Prescription to Hurt the Neediest Children is here!
Click here to read the Transition Memo for the incoming administration.
Read USED assessment fact sheet here.