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: November 2017
Excellence abounds in Pennsylvania’s public schools.
Not only do educators work tirelessly to provide creative and innovative classroom methods and after-school programs to their students and their schools, but other people and organizations in the community also make monumental contributions to public schools and the community at-large.
PSEA’s Celebrating Excellence Awards provide an opportunity to acknowledge these dedicated and diverse people and organizations for advancing human and civil rights, and standing up for public schools.
Honor an individual or group with a nomination for a PSEA Human and Civil Rights Award. Categories include: Student Leader, Educational Leader, Community Leader (individual or organization), and Local Association/Region.
PSEA members may know someone who impacts public education on a statewide level and is deserving of the Association’s prestigious Adler Friend of Education Award. Past recipients include children’s television legend Fred Rogers, U.S. Sen. Bob Casey Jr., and Teresa Heinz Kerry.
Award winners will be honored on Thursday, May 10 at the Celebrating Excellence Awards Dinner at the PSEA House of Delegates in Pittsburgh.
Visit www.psea.org/celebratingexcellence to learn more about last year’s winners, print a nomination form, or submit your nomination online. The nomination deadline is Dec. 31.