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.
Voice: March 2017
During the Technology Engineering and Educators Association of Pennsylvania's annual conference in November, PSEA Executive Director Jim Vaughan addressed technology educators from across the commonwealth, and summarized what the next 18 months hold for public education and PSEA members.
"Public education and its advocates are looking forward to what the future holds," Vaughan said. "There are lot of new challenges, ranging from the implementation of ESSA, to the continued struggle for adequate school funding, to a renewed focus on the importance of technology education."
For 64 years, TEEAP has given Pennsylvania's technology education/STEM educators and school administrators opportunities to "sharpen the saw," and update their skills. TEEAP's mission is to help technology educators keep instructional content, methods, and facilities current with the rapid changes in industry and technology.
"It was a real pleasure to talk with committed technology educators at their conference," Vaughan said. "In today's fast-changing world, technology education is more important than ever, and TEEAP exists to make sure that technology educators are always on the cutting edge. It's a great organization."
During the conference, attendees heard presentations on groundbreaking projects and activities happening in classrooms across the state, had discussions with industrial and business professionals, and saw demonstrations of new technology products and software.