Policy Resolutions

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AFSA Resolution on School Safety

Whereas, Safety in schools is necessary in order to have a peaceful and caring learning environment, and Whereas, Parents, Students, Teachers, School Employees and School Administrators are all working together to make every school a place of safety, and Whereas, Law enforcement and local, state and national legislative leaders are developing plans, proposing legislation and policy, and considering increased funding [...]

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AFSA Resolution on Road Maps to Citizenship

Whereas, everyday, more than 11 million immigrant aspiring citizens contribute to our communities, our economy and our country-yet they are denied a voice in the workplace and essential rights in our society, and Whereas, a strong and vibrant democracy cannot function unless all men and women, regardless of their skin color or where they were born, can participate meaningfully in [...]

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Resolution Passed At Triennial Convention Endorses Programs Fighting To End Bullying

Resolution Passed At Triennial Convention Endorses Programs Fighting To End Bullying

Last week at AFSA’s Triennial Convention a resolution was passed to endorse national and local programs that support school administrators with training, resources, and knowledge aimed at ending bullying in our society.

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AFSA Resolution on Bullying

Bullying of children and young adults is a serious problem across the nation and educators, parents, students and community members are becoming increasingly aware of this national problem.

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AFSA Resolution on CSA 50th Anniversary

WHEREAS, since 1962, the Council of School Supervisors and Administrators (CSA), Local 1 of the American Federation of School Administrators (ASFA), AFL-CIO, has been fighting on behalf of Principals, Assistant Principals, Supervisors and Education Administrators, to improve the quality of public school education for students of all backgrounds; and WHEREAS, prior to the formation of CSA, supervisors and administrators had [...]

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