• Lack of Gun Language in Federal Education Budget Package Concerning

    School principals are united in their concern that the Department of Education funding bill under consideration in Congress does not include language prohibiting the use of Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) funds for school districts to purchase firearms and firearms training in schools. The American Federation of School Administrators, the National Association of Elementary School Principals and the National Association of […]

    Lack of Gun Language in Federal Education Budget Package Concerning
  • Professionals Standing Up, Standing Together

    A Labor Day Message From AFSA’s President Ernest Logan Growing up in Harlem, opportunities and options could seem limited. Most of my neighbors with good jobs did manual, physically grueling work. But I aspired to something different.  My parents had instilled in me the importance of education and going to college, and while my father passed away when I was just […]

    Professionals Standing Up, Standing Together
  • Ernest Logan Elected as New AFSA President

    During the AFSA 15th Triennial Constitutional Convention, AFSA elected new officers, including the new President Ernest Logan. After being sworn in, he delivered a very moving speech that fired up the convention attendees. “Thank you for putting your faith in me to lead this great organization for the next three years. Together we can take AFSA to the forefront in […]

    Ernest Logan Elected as New AFSA President
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    Introducing the New Mobile App for AFSA Members!

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Workers Need a Seat at the Political Table

September 24, 2018 at 9:00 am

Saying union members need a seat at the political table – as mayors, lawmakers, city councilors and members of Congress — three unionist elected officials urged workers...

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Getting Rid of Corporate Welfare

September 13, 2018 at 8:39 am

WASHINGTON (PAI)—Two of the Senate’s top supporters of workers, Vermont Independent Bernie Sanders and Massachusetts Democrat Elizabeth Warren, have gone on the attack...