Fifteenth Triennial Constitutional Convention

AFSA members from across the nation came together at the National Harbor, minutes away from Washington, D.C., for the AFSA 15th Triennial Constitutional Convention. Attendees experienced three days of interactive workshops, informative panels and engaging speakers. Convention attendees also enjoyed local entertainment, a private opening reception at the National Museum of African American History and Culture, and a tribute ceremony honoring former AFSA president Diann Woodard.

We hope you found the convention to be a valuable and informative experience. As school leaders, you have the power to change the future of education and incorporate what you’ve learned into your community. Thank you to everyone who attended and helped make this year’s convention possible!

Resolutions

WHEREAS, AFSA supports legislation protecting federal and state immigration and sanctuary policies for students; and

WHEREAS, the prospects for a decent retirement for most Americans is shrinking, including many working families that are not saving at all and are woefully unprepared for retiremen

WHEREAS, AFSA and its members are committed to the highest-quality public education for all students; and

WHEREAS, the AFL-CIO is the labor center for American workers and fights tirelessly for economic justice and civil, labor and human rights for workers across the world; and

WHEREAS, when educators and all working people join together in a union, we all win better wages, health care, benefits and retirement protections; and

WHEREAS, the American Federation of School Administrators is both outraged and deeply saddened by the rash of school shootings that have devastated our nation for the past two deca

Highlights

Education Week reports, the national union for public school principals plans to launch a recruitment program for charter school leaders.

Danny Glover participated a panel where he was joined by Algebra Project leaders Bob Moses and David Dennis.
Herman Merritt and Gabriel Galucci offered participants guidance in how to establish a local PAC on how to strengthen an existing PAC
President Ernest A. Logan's speech for the Fifteenth Triennial Constitutional Convention

Newly Elected Officers

President
Ernest A. Logan
Executive Vice President
Leonard Pugliese
Secretary-Treasurer