• Save the Date! The AFSA 15th Triennial Constitutional Convention

    Exploring the Changing Landscape of Public Education Join AFSA at our 15th Triennial Constitutional Convention July 26-29, 2018 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center. During this convention, there will be a focus on the many challenges we are facing in both education and labor. Delegates will discuss and debate a wide range of critical issues, including: Confronting existing barriers […]

    Save the Date! The AFSA 15th Triennial Constitutional Convention
  • Don’t Miss Out! 2018 AFSA Scholarship Deadline is Feb. 28

    The application for the 2018 AFSA scholarship, which provides $2,500 toward college tuition is now available. Applicants must meet the following requirements: Applicant must be a graduating high school senior who is attending college for the first time in the award year. Applicant’s parent or legal guardian must be an AFSA member in good standing. Scholarship award checks will be […]

    Don’t Miss Out! 2018 AFSA Scholarship Deadline is Feb. 28
  • AFSA VP Ernest Logan Responds to FY 2019 Budget

    President Trump’s FY 2019 budget proposal was released last week and Ernest Logan, AFSA Executive Vice President, released the following statement: The FY 2019 budget proposal is the first step toward dismantling public education. It is time to stand up and take action. The future of our schools is at stake. Not only does the proposed budget cut $2 billion […]

    AFSA VP Ernest Logan Responds to FY 2019 Budget

AFSA Blog »

Thoughts and Prayers Are Not Enough Anymore

February 20, 2018 at 1:37 pm

A message from Ernest Logan, AFSA Executive Vice President: Like you, I am heartbroken following the terrible massacre in Parkland, FL. AFSA joins you, and the rest of the...

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Study: Indiana prevailing wage repeal cuts workers’ pay, not construction costs

February 12, 2018 at 12:00 pm

INDIANAPOLIS—Call it another right-wing anti-union and anti-worker scheme gone wrong. The GOP majority in Indiana’s legislature claimed it would cut school construction...