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PSEA members propose policy ideas to keep schools safe

During a PA House Education Committee hearing, PSEA President Dolores McCracken shared policy suggestions from educators and support professionals to protect our public schools from violence. In her latest video, she thanks PSEA members for helping develop solutions to the serious problem of school violence.

In the latest issue

  • Video: PSEA members propose policy ideas to keep schools safe
  • PSEA members offer a variety of policy suggestions
  • Credit monitoring offer stems from state security incident
  • Quick hits
  • New bills aim to protect ESP members from subcontracting threats
  • Remembering the 1968 rally
  • Oklahoma, West Virginia, and the Supreme Court
  • Member Benefits Spotlight: Save up to $120 per year on Verizon Fios

Credit monitoring offer stems from state security incident

Some PSEA members may have recently received a letter in the mail from MyIDCare (ID Experts), a credit monitoring company, offering free credit monitoring for one year.

This is a legitimate offer, stemming from an accidental, non-malicious security incident involving the Teacher Information Management System (TIMS) on Feb. 22. The exposure was the result of human error by an employee in the PA Office of Administration; no hacking occurred.

About Connected

Connected is PSEA's all-member electronic newsletter, produced and distributed monthly. Connected alerts members to news and updates on professional issues, legislative issues, and other Association information.

This content is intended for PSEA members and their immediate families.