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Partners for Public Education receive information about the public schools in Pennsylvania, parent resources, education policy updates, examples of community engagement projects, and valuable coupons for discounts on goods and services.

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Partner Savings Through the Access Program

Partners for Public Education can take advantage of the Access Member Benefits program, offering discounts and savings at businesses nationwide, like restaurants, hotels, travel, automotive services, shopping, and more.

Search for discounts by zip code and category.

Visit the Access Program website. You'll need to use your member ID number to create an account on the Access website to take advantage of the program. Partners can also download the Access "My Deals" mobile app, to find discounts and savings nearby to redeem via tablet or smart phone.

Note: New Partners will need to wait up to four to six weeks to begin using Access.

Become a Partner for Public Education

Use our online enrollment form to become a Partner for Public Education.

PSEA 2020 Priorities

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

    • Reduce student loan debt
    • Hire more educators who are people of color
    • Fund more teaching assistants
    • Invest in more school nurses and counselors
    • Raise the minimum educator salary
    • Raise the minimum wage.


Educator Spotlight: The Light-bulb Moment

Supporting children with anxiety

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Anxiety is a normal reaction to stress, but it can be a problem for some children when feelings of excessive fear or anxiety are out of proportion to the situation or inappropriate to their age. Anxiety disorders are the most common among mental disorders, affecting one in every eight children.

Partnering to Help Our Students: Inspiring a lifelong love of music and the arts

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Arts and music are a vibrant, vital, and necessary part of the curriculum for Pennsylvania's students, schools, and communities. The lessons learned in the classroom, the theater, the art museum, the concert hall, and the world beyond are helping to produce the next generation of critical and creative thinkers.

Teachers and parents can partner to inspire a lifelong love of music and the creative arts. We asked art, music, and theater teachers from across Pennsylvania to offer their tips for encouraging children to think creatively and appreciate art in all its forms — painting, sculpture, theater, dance, music, and more.

Make the most of parent-teacher conferences

Parent-teacher conferences should not be an after-thought — another thing to rush to before or after work. Take the opportunity to get valuable insights into your children's strengths and the areas on which they need to work.

Here are some questions you may want to ask during parent-teacher conferences — suggested by Pennsylvania school professionals:

Simple steps to reduce student absenteeism

Partners for Public Education surveyed Pennsylvania educators and support professionals about what parents and guardians can do to reduce absenteeism and keep students in the classroom. Here are a few suggestions: