Ligonier Valley teacher makes reading a social activity

Language arts teacher Dee Ambrose-Stahl recently teamed up with Winnie Mucherah, a developmental psychology professor at Ball State University, to research adolescent reading. They were selected from more than 13,000 applications to present in April at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Foundation in Chicago. Their work also has been published in prestigious international and national journals.  More »


Innovative Teaching Grant applications

Each year, PSEA awards up to four $1,000 Innovative Teaching Grants to recognize members for their contributions to innovative instruction and the art of teaching.   More »


Educators, public confused on core standards

Leave it to Gov. Tom Corbett to take a confusing and complicated situation and make it worse. A year after praising Pennsylvania’s Common Core standards, adapted to meet the new national Common Core requirements, and already being implemented in public schools across the state, the governor has called for “continued public review.’’   More »


New gifted education recommendations forwarded to PDE

Some key changes, many with PSEA support, could be coming for state oversight of gifted education and how school districts operate those programs.  More »


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