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In response to yesterday’s announcement by Mayor Johnson rejecting cuts in the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) proposed budget, the Chicago Principals and Administrators Association (CPAA) calls

The AFL-CIO Executive Council, which represents 60 unions and 12.5 million workers, unanimously endorsed Vice President Kamala Harris for president in the 2024 election.

As you know, OST funding benefited significantly from federal COVID relief funds over the past few years. These funds allowed our schools to expand and enhance after-school services.

Schools and libraries can now use funds from the E-Rate program to provide off-premises WiFi hotspots to students, following a recent rule change by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). This decision, passed by a narrow 3-2 vote, marks a significant expansion of the E-Rate program, which was originally established in 1996 to help schools and libraries secure affordable broadband services.

Principal burnout is a pressing issue. Too many strong school leaders are walking away from the profession due to unhealthy stressors. We recognize the need for wellness and are committed to sharing pathways to help leaders thrive.  Join our workshop during SLI and learn ways to overcome the stressors inherent in the job that create challenges to your overall health:

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The Boston Association of School Administrators & Supervisors (BASAS), Local 6, has announced significant leadership changes.
The National Memorial to Fallen Educators stands as a beacon, reminding the world of the sacrifices made by these educators and the enduring love of their families and communities.