PSEA is a community of education professionals who make a difference in the lives of students every day.
Phoenixville EA member John Odell is in his second successful career after 24 years with the Army.
Pennsylvania’s public schools should be the safest and healthiest places for students to learn and grow. To make sure they are, we need the most qualified teachers, teaching assistants, school nurses, counselors, psychologists, and social workers.
PSEA is committed to making changes aimed at protecting everyone who works and learns in our schools.
Looking for education guidance due to COVID-19 closures?
PSEA is committed to providing members with the most up-to-date information and resources on the COVID-19 emergency.
We want to help you cope with this unprecedented challenge, and we want to make sure you have the tools you need to help your students.
PSEA is focusing its work in 2020 on policy priorities intended to tackle Pennsylvania’s educator shortage, attract more people of color to teaching, and ensure that all students have access to caring educators, teaching assistants, nurses, counselors, school psychologists, and social workers.
“Students benefit from having talented professionals at school who know them and their communities well. We want to work collaboratively with policymakers from both parties to ensure the next generation of Pennsylvanians are successful. That means tackling the educator shortage head-on so that more school districts are able to attract and retain high-quality professionals to work with students at all levels.” - Rich Askey
PSEA has worked closely with elected officials and school administrators throughout the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure your voices are heard loud and clear. Our number one goal has been to protect the professional and personal well-being of every PSEA member, wherever they are. This is how we’re doing it.
PSEA’s 2020 policy priorities reflect the feedback of members who work directly with students in our public schools every day.
“No one knows the challenges in public education better than the educators and support professionals who work with students every day. We listened to what they had to say, and now we want to engage with lawmakers to find solutions to these challenges.”
- Rich Askey
2020 Education Policy Priorities