Council of School Supervisors and Administrators

Who We Are

The Council of School Supervisors and Administrators is the collective bargaining unit for 6,100 Principals, Assistant Principals, Supervisors and Education Administrators who work in the NYC public schools and 200 Directors and Assistant Directors who work in city-subsidized Centers for Early Childhood Education (ECE). CSA also has more than 10,000 members in its Retiree Chapter.

The Center for American Progress released a new report that takes a first-of-its-kind look at homework assignment quality.

The streets of Los Angeles are packed with the sights and sounds of collective action this week.

Students who get more sleep at night are healthier and do better academically, according to a

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Take action to demand adequate and sustainable investment in our public schools, colleges and universities.

Featured Benefits

The AFSA Scholarship Program is open to children of AFSA members in good standing.

The benefits of being a union member extends beyond the workplace.

Recent News

Led by Minnesota’s Tim Walz, some 743 unionists – and counting – won public office nationwide, from Congress down to county commissioner, the AFL-CIO calculates.
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The U.S. Department of Education provides billions of dollars in grants for programs to improve K–12 outcomes. Do they work?